Klatowa Ina is an official alumni group open to Oregon State alumni and friends who identify with and support Native and Indigenous communities. Strengthen a growing network and connect with fellow Beaver alumni and professionals across a wide range of industries, as well as students, faculty and staff.

There are many ways to be involved: spread the word within your network, join us for an event as an attendee or as a volunteer, or join the leadership team to help plan group activities.


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Ask Alumni | Navigating your way toward and through an environmental science career

Join monthly KIAN meetings

Attend our monthly general meetings for the Oregon State Klatowa Ina Alumni Network.


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  • Stay connected and reconnect with alumni and friends of Oregon State
  • Expand networks of alumni both in and outside of Oregon
  • Join us online through our Facebook or OSU Connections groups


  • Engage alumni and students through social and professional opportunities and activities
  • Want to volunteer? Complete our interest form


  • Initiate mentor-based relationships between alumni and students



Upcoming Events

Check back soon for upcoming events

Recent Events & Communications

Newsletter January 2022, release Jan. 21, 2022

Newsletter May 2021, release May 22, 2021

Newsletter November 2020, release Nov. 13, 2020

Got something to share? Know of Beaver in need of recognition? Submit your updates to klatowaina@osualum.com. We look forward to recognizing alumni for their recent accomplishments. Keep up the great work Beavs!

Our Board Members

Orman Morton III, ’16
Environmental Scientist
Hanover Land Service, Inc.

Katie Scott, ’11
Administrative Program Assistant Graduate School
Oregon State University

Renee Roman Nose, MAIS ’10
Outreach Coordinator
Northwest Indian College

Luhui Whitebear, ’03, ’13, MA ’16, Ph.D. ’20
Assistant Director NAL Eena Haws
Oregon State University

Allison Davis-White Eyes, Ph.D. '13
Director of Community Diversity Relations Office of Institutional Diversity
Oregon State University

Gail Woodside, HBS ’08, MS ’11, Ph.D. ’21
Instructor, Graduate Student College of Agricultural Sciences
Oregon State University