Read Me First.doc This FALCON 2009 Conference Pack contains most of the information that was shared at the FALCON 2009 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, on October 17-20, 2009. The information includes PowerPoint presentations, handouts, abstracts, notes, and training materials. In the table below, files are listed in the order of the meeting’s agenda, with the first number indicating the day of the conference (zero indicates introductory material). These files are ordered similarly in the FALCON Document Library on the Web portal. To Open or Save the file, simply click on the file’s name. The files listed below represent various computer formats, for which you will need the appropriate software. Note: Because some PowerPoint presentations have very large file sizes, they have been condensed into a Web-based format, and are not available for download. If you have any questions, difficulties or suggestions, please contact John Phillips, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 573-234-2064. File name Description Format 0-1 Read Me First Instructions for Conference Pack Word 0-2 Conference Program The conference program Adobe pdf 0-3 FALCON 2009 participant list The final participant list Excel 1-1 Indigenous Wellness Training Leatrice Lewis’ Indigenous Wellness training agenda Adobe pdf and outline. 1-2 Indigenous Wellness Model Leatrice Lewis’ model on Indigenous Wellness. JPEG image 1-3 Poster Session Abstracts Abstracts of the poster displays by tribal college Word students and faculty, and other conference participants. 2-1-Maresca-Bridge-Trad-West-Med “Bridging Traditional and Western Medicine for PowerPoint Wellness.” Keynote presentation by Terry Maresca, University of Washington, School of Medicine 2-2 Faculty Presentation Panels Program Abstracts of the presentations by tribal college faculty. Word 2-3-Goodman-Seven-Gen-Health “Seven Generations Of Health: A Transgenerational PowerPoint Approach To Obesity Intervention In Indian Country.” Presentation by Joan Goodman, Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute. 2-4-Aune-UTTC-Land-Grant-Pgms “United Tribes Technical College Land Grant PowerPoint Programs.” Presentation by Pat Aune, United Tribes Technical College. 2-5 Tanner Health Sports Exercise Sci “Health, Sports and Exercise Science: The Adobe pdf construction of a Bachelors Degree, With the help of the CSREES Equity Grant.” Presentation by Gary Tanner, Haskell Indian Nations University. 2-6-Dahlberg-WETCC-Wellness “Promoting Wellness with Traditional Foods.” PowerPoint Presentation by Stephen Dahlberg, White Earth Tribal & Community College. 2-7 Dupuis-Field-and-Home-p1 “Field and Home: Food and Fitness Programming PowerPoint 2-7 Dupuis-Field-and-Home-p2 on the Flathead Indian Reservation.” Presentation by Virgil Dupuis, Salish Kootenai College, in two files. 2-8 Chen-Collaborative-Fort-Belknap “What Have We Learned After Four Years PowerPoint Collaborative Project.” Presentation by Chenci Chen, Montana State University, on research with Fort Belknap College. 2-9 Carroll Dine Environmental Institute “Diné Environmental Institute.” Presentation by Adobe pdf Marnie Carroll, Diné Environmental Institute, Diné College. 2-a FALCON Membership Meeting The agenda for the FALCON Membership Meeting. Word Agenda 2-b FALCON Minutes Dec 08 08 Minutes approved from the 2008 Membership Word Meeting. 2-c FALCON Minutes Oct 18-19 09 Draft minutes from the 2009 Membership Meeting. Word 2-d FAIES Partner Report “FAEIS and FALCON.” Presented by Bill Richardson PowerPoint FAEIS Project Manager. 2-e-4-H-Partner-Update “4-H Partner Update.” Presented by Suzanne Le PowerPoint Menestrel, USDA NIFE, and Andy Ferrin, National 4- H Council 2-f CARET Partner Report CARET Update Report, presented by Samuel Donald, Adobe pdf CARET Minority-Serving Institutions Liaison 2-g FALCON Exec Dir report The FALCON Executive Director’s Report, presented PowerPoint by John Phillips. 2-h FALCON Treasurer’s report The FALCON Treasurer’s Report, presented by Susan Adobe pdf Given-Seymour. 3-1 Guion TCU Assessment “TCU Assessment: Process for Seeking Deeper PowerPoint Understanding.” Presentation by Lisa A. Guion, North Carolina State University. 3-2 Lee TCU Grant Pgms Similarities “Tribal College Grant Programs: Similarities…and PowerPoint Specialties Specialties.” Presentation by Jill Lee, USDA NIFA. 3-3 Food Sovereignty Luncheon Report Summary notes and recommendations from the Adobe pdf luncheon discussion on food sovereignty. 3-4 Student Presentation Panels Program Abstracts of the presentations by tribal college Word students. 3-5 Azure Cord grass Biocomposite “Processing of Prairie Cord Grass into Plastics for use PowerPoint as Reinforcements.” Presentation by Margaret Azure, Cankdeska Cikana Community College. 3-6 Jay Water Quality Survey “Water Quality Survey.” Presentation by Gary Jay, PowerPoint Diné Environmental Institute, Diné College. 3-7 Apsaalooke Tours “Apsaalooke Tours: Battle of the Little Big Horn.” PowerPoint Presentation by Hubert Noel Two Leggins, Cassandra Walks, and Olivia Rose Williamson, Little Big Horn College. 3-8 Lowry Kv Transmission “Potential Impacts of the Proposed Kv Transmission PowerPoint upon Heritage Resources within the Leech Lake Reservation.” Presentation by Marie Lowry, Leech Lake Tribal College. 3-9 Therriault Pipeline Spill Model “Pipeline Contamination Model.” Presentation by PowerPoint Supaya Therriault , Leech Lake Tribal College. 3-a Habeck American Marten “American Marten Research Project.” Presentation by PowerPoint Karl Habeck, Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Community College.