Indigenous Psychology Speaker Series to provide culturally-relevant psychology education

Indigenous Psychology Speaker Series Flyer

Northern Arizona University is presenting the Indigenous Psychology Speaker Series to provide knowledge and information relevant to the field of psychology from the perspective of Indigenous psychologists. The event is free and open to NAU students, faculty, staff and community members.

The series is intended to provide culturally relevant psychology education for Native American students, facilitate NAU’s commitment to serving Native Americans in higher education, contribute efforts toward increasing diversity in the psychological sciences and elevate awareness to the work Indigenous psychologists are doing.

See below for the schedule of presenters. Presentation topics are still being developed at this time.

All presentations will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Feb. 19

  • Steven Verney, associate professor at the University of New Mexico (Alaska Native – Tsimshian)

March 19

  • Herman Cody, associate professor at Diné College (Diné)

April 2

  • Angela Enno, psychologist and multicultural specialist with NAU Counseling Services (Turtle Mountain Chippewa)

April 16

  • Alberta Arviso, learning specialist and clinical psychologist at the University of Arizona (Diné)

The series is co-sponsored by the Department of Psychological Sciences, the Native American Cultural Center and the Office of Indigenous Student Success. Join each session with the Zoom link on the Indigenous Psychology Speaker Series webpage and use password: IP. For additional information, contact Sara Kien, lecturer of psychological sciences, at