- March 19, 2015: Native American Speakers Series to host the 1491s, an American Indian comedy group
- April 16-17, 2015: Eleventh Annual Southeast Indian Studies Conference
Professor Jay Hansford C. Vest publishes new book, "Native American Oralcy: Interpretations of Indigenous Thought" (Vernon, BC: JCharlton Publishing, 2014)
Native American Oralcy: Interpretations of Indigenous Thought is a work of criticism designed to challenge the misadventures of modernity in its divorce from the organic world. Engaging Native American / First Nations oral traditions as they embrace an paradigm of thought that engenders accord with nature, this study challenges the creeping ideological abstractions that ensue with the mind-over-matter mentality of the Western literary paradigm. It is an insight into the once and future wisdom essential to earth care.
- Dr. Stan Knick's "Knowledge, Wisdom & The Traditional Mind: The Nottoway in the 21st Century" wins Best Regional Film at the 17th Annual Native American Film Festival of the Southeast.