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Mission of the Native American Student Association

The mission of NASA is to create awareness and opportunities to gain knowledge of Native Americans and their culture, as well as to support students of Native American and Alaskan Indian descent. NASA holds social events and promote awareness through relevant activities such as lectures, panel discussions, documentary showings, and so on. NASA is also involved in community service and workings with local Tribes.
News and Upcoming Events
Our Beloved Women: Matriarchs of the Poarch Creek
October-December 2018
Mary Elizabeth and Charles Bernard Rodning Gallery of Art
Marx Library 3rd Floor
University of South Alabama
5901 USA North Drive
Mobile, Alabama 36688
This exhibit is the third installment of a temporary exhibit at the USA Marx Library for the Alabama Bicentennial
The USA Center for Archaeological Studies worked closely with the Office of Archives and Records Management of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and the Kerretv Cuko Poarch Band of Creek Indians Museum for the execution of this exhibit.  
Three new classes are being offered in Native American Studies this Spring!
ARH 390-702
Modern and Contemporary Native American Art
3:30pm to 4:45pm TR
PSC 490-801
Native American Sovereignty (Special Topics)
PSY 490-102
Psychology of Native American Expression (Special Topics)
12:45pm to 2:00pm MW