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Kéyah Math Project > Topic Map

Project funded by National Science Foundation, Geosciences Diversity Program, award GEO-0355224

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What is Keyah Math?

Kéyah Math, is a project that developed a series of versatile, place-based, culturally-responsive, and technology-intensive modules in mathematical geoscience to enhance undergraduate geoscience courses, particularly for Native American students. The name, Kéyah, the Diné (Navajo) term for their home lands and the environment, emphasizes this connection.

Module Navigation

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Collaborators and Support

  1. Arizona State University
  2. Diné College
  3. Kennesaw State University
  4. National Science Foundation
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