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Angriest Indian Author: Adrian C. Louis
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Native Students Enjoy IAIA Graduation
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$56M in Community Development Funds
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Indian Students Rate State of the Union Address ‘Inspirational,’ ‘Optimistic’
Tanya H. Lee
American Indian college students Lydia Doza, Inupiaq/Tsimshian/Haida, and Carielle Bahe, Navajo, have at least two other important things in common...
First Elder-in-Residence Serves as Native American Link to the Past
Cal Poly Pomona
As a child, Lorene Sisquoc remembers spending summers with her grandmother and her great-aunts as they passed down stories about the feats of tribal leaders and ancient customs and...
500 Scholars Initiative: Eliminating Health Disparities Through Education
The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health recently announced its 500 Scholars Initiative, which will raise $3 million over the next three years to promote education and t...
Haliwa-Saponi Student Beating the Odds, Ushering in the Future of Medical Science
Kate Rahbari has eight years to decide what she wants to do with her life. Rahbari, 24, is a first-year student in the M.D./Ph.D...
AIGC and Wells Fargo Partner to Support Native Higher Education
The American Indian Graduate Center, a nonprofit dedicated to improving cultural and economic well-being for individuals and tribes by supporting post-secondary education, recently...
Clyde Kennard: A Soldier for Civil Rights and Integration
Dr. Dean Chavers
Clyde Kennard was a marked man when he applied for admission to the Mississippi Southern College in 1955, 1956, and 1959...
The Best Kind of Insurance: How AMERIND Risk Promotes Higher Education
"Our higher mission is the economic sustainability of Indian country," says Nancy Harjo Serna (Muscogee Creek), Director of Marketing at AMERIND Risk...
Klamath Connection: Place-Based Curriculum Puts Students on the River
For thousands of years, indigenous people in Oregon and Northern California have relied on the Klamath River for subsistence, transportation and ceremonies...
Free Community College? Congress Thinking About It
Tanya H. Lee
Congress has taken up President Barack Obama’s call to make community college free and available to everyone by introducing legislation that would have the federal government pay 7...
College Scorecard Helps Students Pick Schools
Tanya H. Lee
Finding the right college got a lot easier earlier this month when the U.S...
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