Member Since: 2016
In 1991, Rolling Stone Magazine named Dr. Mann as one of the ten leading professors in the nation. She was one of seven recipients of the State of Montana Governor’s Humanities Award in 2001. She joined Chairman Earl Old Person of the Blackfeet Nation in delivering the Montana Tribal Nations Address to the Joint Session of the Senate and House of the Montana 57th Legislative Assembly in February 2001. In 2008 she received the Lifetime Achievements Award from the National Indian Education Association. The University of New Mexico honored her with the 2008 Bernard S. Rodey Award for her leadership, vision, and inspirational guidance in Native American education. She has published a book Cheyenne and Arapaho Education: 1871-1982. She has been an interviewee and consultant for several television and movie productions which include In the White Man’s Image, How the West Was Lost, Paha Sapa: Struggle for the Black Hills, The West, and Last of the Dogmen. Dr. Mann has lectured throughout the United States including Hawaii, and in Mexico, Canada, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Spain, The Netherlands, and Belgium.