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On Monday, the University of Arizona joined other universities across the country who have committed to covering the tuition and fees of Native students from tribes in their states.

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ALLENDALE, Mich. – Some three dozen Native American students and community members spent their time and energy this weekend building a traditional Three Fires teaching lodge at the Grand Valley State University (GVSU) campus in Allendale, Mich.

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The University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) announced Monday that they will offer non-credit classes in Alaska Native languages this fall with no tuition or fees required. Students can pay tuition for the classes to receive credit.

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John F. Tinker Foundation is offering an opportunity for students to win money through a National Essay Contest. 

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Seven students have been selected by the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA)  to participate in the Native American Journalism Fellowship (NAJF). Each of these students are currently enrolled in colleges and universities across the country. 

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On June 15, nine students at the Native Storytelling Workshop took part in a visit to Haskell Indian Nations University. The shuttle transported the group from University of Kansas’s Stauffer-Flint Hall to the Haskell Cultural Center and Museum. Students took in the environment of the wild flowers in front of the building and the atmosphere of welcoming faculty. 

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Dr. Dorene Wiese has been working in the Native community in Chicago for more than 50 years. This week, two foundations announced that they will award her $50,000 to further her efforts.

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The leading college fund for Native American is planning a “Summer of Success” for Indigenous students.

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Nimkii Curley is a drummer who has been involved in powwows and volunteering in his community. From mentors and close friends of his family, he received a necklace, a stole with floral beading, a beaded cap with cedar and floral design and an eagle feather beaded with his school colors.

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The University of Kansas William Allen White Journalism School has launched a Native Storytelling Workshop for high school students, in partnership with the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and Haskell Indian Nations University. This workshop will take place June 12-16, 2022 at the University of Kansas campus in Lawrence.