A posting by Sharon Begay, BUSI Intern
At NCAP, all of our students, faculty and staff are fantastic – and I’d be willing to have words with anyone who suggested otherwise! However, this past week one of the BUSI, Malcolm Bob was our stand out Superstar. Malcolm maintains all of our social media outlets – Weebly site, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. So it was no surprise when he entered the Webpage Design Competition at the 2016 American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) Student Conference.
Like the all-stars we all are, he brought home 1st AND 2nd place! Even more exciting - his 2nd place finish was with the webpage design that he created and coded for the Navajo Cultural Arts Program.
In case you’ve never of heard of AIHEC - It is an organization comprised of 37 Tribal Colleges throughout the United States. The 37 Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) are a unique community of tribally and federally chartered institutions working to strengthen tribal nations and make a lasting difference in the lives of American Indians and Alaska Natives.
We’ve been absent for two weeks because of Spring Break and AIHEC. Apparently, we were missed since Christine made a shout out to us in her Spring (No) Break blog. No worries Christine! BUSI are excited to be back and are ready to get back to NCAP work.
Personally, I can’t wait to see the progress on the Silversmithing Building. It’s going to look fantastic and provide the students a clean and professional environment to work in. There is much going on, so keep checking in to see what else we’ve got up our sleeves.
Oh yeah – the award winning website can be previewed by clicking that shiny blue button