- April 16-17, 2015: Eleventh Annual Southeast Indian Studies Conference
- Associate Professor Jane Haladay wins award for best scholarly publication at the 2015 Native American Literature Symposium. Dr. Haladay won the Beatrice Medicine Award for best critical essay of the year on Native American literature, given by the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University. The article is titled "Keeping It Real: Simon Ortiz Resists 'The San Francisco Indians,'" published in Wicazo Sa Review, Volume 29, Number 2, Fall 2014, pp. 5-24.
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.
- March 19, 2015: Native American Speakers Series to host the 1491s, an American Indian comedy group
- November 19, 2014: Native American Speakers Series presents Dr. Orin Starn
- November 13, 2014: 6th Annual Honoring Native Foodways (PDF)
- October 14, 2014: Native American Speakers Series features Glenn Roberts
- American Indian Foodways and Recipes booklet