The Hoover Indigenous Student Seminar offers top college students and recent graduates an opportunity to engage with scholars and policy practitioners on the campus of Stanford University.

Attendees of the week-long, fully funded program participate in focused seminars led by scholars and policy practitioners who focus on issues affecting indigenous communities in the United States and elsewhere.

Please see below to reference confirmed faculty for the 2022 Indigenous Student Seminar. We will update the faculty bios as we confirm our speaker lineup.

Terry Anderson
Terry L. Anderson has been a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution since 1998 and is currently the John and Jean De Nault Senior Fellow. He is the author or editor of 41 books including He is Unlocking the Wealth of Indian Nations (2016) and Renewing Indigenous Economies (forthcoming in June 2022).

Adam Crepelle
Adam Crepelle is a Campbell Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He is an Assistant Professor of Law at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School and the Director of the Law & Economics Center’s Tribal Law & Economics Project

Dominic Parker
Dominic Parker is the Ilene and Morton Harris Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, where he joins Hoover Senior Fellow Terry Anderson in directing the Hoover Project on Renewing Indigenous Economies. He is an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Daniel Stewart
Daniel Stewart is Professor of Entrepreneurship & Director of the Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program at Gonzaga University. He has co-edited two of the leading volumes in Native American business and economics, American Indian Business (2017) and Creating Private Sector Economies in Native America (2019).

Deanna Kennedy
Deanna Kennedy is an Associate Dean, Academic Programs and Associate Professor in the School of Business at the University of Washington Bothell. She edited American Indian Business: Principles and Practices (2017).

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