Beginning Fall term 2013, NILI welcomed 4 new Graduate Teaching Fellows (GTFs) to our family, who will be working on various projects. These are: Megan Walker, who will be working on archiving NILI resources and creating a library to make these resources more easily available; Ross Anderson, our new grant writer; Holly Lakey, who is helping to build a new Endangered Language Revitalization Specialization Certificate program at the UO; and Regan Anderson, who will be co-teaching the Ichishkíin classes along with Dr. Virginia Beavert. These new GTFs will be joining our returning GTF, Pyuwa Bommelyn. We all look forward to a rich and productive year.
NILI Welcomes 4 New GTFs
October 11, 2013