What is NASA?
A student organization at Kansas State University for over 25 years
A support system for Native American students
An information resource for those who wish to learn about Native American history and culture
Is open to all individuals of any ethnicity
Just a place to have fun!
Attended the Big XII American Indian Leadership Conference
Presented the 1st Annual Flint Hills All Indian Classic Basketball Tournament and Annual Powwow
Cultural presentations at USD 383 elementary schools in Manhattan
Presentation of cultural modules to the Upward Bound Summer Program
For the KSU Native American Heritage Month (April) – have brought in speakers on traditional indigenous culture, contemporary health issues and a Native American dance troupe, etc.
Have been awarded the most outstanding organization for the Dow World Day Festival
Participated in the UPC Festival of Nations during National Native American Heritage Month (November)
Have been awarded the prize for the best display at the Diversity in Action Conference
Aspirations for the future:
Gain new members and encourage more Native American students to share their culture.
Continue to participate in the Big XII Conference, Dow World Day Festival, UPC Festival of Nations, Cultural Presentations and other events done in the past
Bring new and intriguing speakers and presentations for future Native American Heritage Month (April) events
Offer opportunities for individuals to participate in the making of Native American crafts.
Participate in traditional and modern Native American dance.
Continue hosting a powwow as an annual tradition
Help Kansas State University to gain a new understanding of diversity