CSU Systemwide and Campus Committee Qualifications
Tribal nominees must be a member of a federally or non-federally recognized California Indian Tribe as defined by Section 8012 of the Health and Safety Code. Committee members shall have preferred experience in any of the following:
- Tribal Historic Preservation Officer work;
- Repatriation of human remains and cultural items pursuant to CalNAGPRA/NAGPRA;
- Cultural resources protection under Tribal, state, and federal law; or
- Consultation with state and federal entities and
Preference shall be given to members of a California Indian Tribe.
CSU Staff/Faculty Members
CSU Staff/Faculty members must be affiliated with or employed by the California State University and have the following:
- A graduate degree in any of the following: Archaeology, Anthropology, Native American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Law, Sociology, Social Sciences, Environmental Studies, or History, with a focus in California; and
- A minimum of five years’ experience working in his or her field of
Preference: Preference shall be given to members of a California Indian Tribe and to members who have demonstrated, through their professional experience, the ability to work in collaboration with Native American Tribes.