Select Page
2023 IAIA Alumni Council Election

2023 IAIA Alumni Council Election

2023 IAIA Alumni Council Election The Alumni Council is the principal representative of IAIA alum and the primary forum for exchanging alum sentiment. The Council consists of seven members who will serve for a three-year term. The Council meets one time...
Felipe Colón Selected as IAIA Provost

Felipe Colón Selected as IAIA Provost

Felipe Colón Selected as IAIA Provost Felipe J. Estudillo Colón (Laguna Pueblo) has been selected for the newly created IAIA Provost position. Colón served as the IAIA Academic Dean from 2020–2023 and transitioned into the IAIA Provost position on...
Dale Chihuly Visits IAIA Offering Kudos and Encouragement

Dale Chihuly Visits IAIA Offering Kudos and Encouragement

Dale Chihuly Visits IAIA Offering Kudos and Encouragement Dale Chihuly and his wife, President and CEO of Chihuly, Inc. Leslie Chihuly, joined IAIA President Dr. Robert Martin (Cherokee Nation), Trustee JoAnn Balzer and her husband Bob, glass instructor...
MFACW Evening Reading Series

MFACW Evening Reading Series

MFACW Evening Reading Series Join the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) from Monday, January 9 through Friday, January 13, 2023, as the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (MFACW) program presents an Evening Reading Series featuring program...
2022–2023 COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate

2022–2023 COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate

2022–2023 COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate Dear IAIA Students, In light of the evolving CDC definitions and the increased availability of variant-specific boosters, the IAIA Board of Trustees has instituted an update to the 2022–2023 COVID-19 Vaccination...
IAIA Students—Exercise Your Right to Vote

IAIA Students—Exercise Your Right to Vote

IAIA Students—Exercise Your Right to Vote IAIA Students, Don’t let living away from home while you attend college stop you for casting your vote. Did you know that if you’re away from home, you can still vote by mail? You can request an absentee ballot...