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Annual report reflects continued progress and commitment to long-term goals with Tribal Nations

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The Lorraine W. Frank Office of National Scholarships Advisement (ONSA) recently announced that Arizona State University student Ethan Tacheene has been awarded the Udall Undergraduate Scholarship, a major federal fellowship for college sophomores and juniors who demonstrate leadership, public service and commitment to issues related to Native American nations or to the environment. The scholarship provides up to $7,000 for eligible academic expenses and access to the Udall Alumni Network.

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Northeastern State University (NSU) has launched a new initiative in partnership with local high schools to offer direct admission for qualified high school seniors, significantly simplifying the college entry process.

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – The Southeastern Grasslands Institute (SGI), based out of Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee, recently hired two tribal liaisons to advance its partnership with Native American tribes on regional grassland conservation and incorporate Native American ecological and botanical knowledge into its work. 
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On Friday, May 24, Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren looked out to the graduates and saw years of tears and laughter that will forever be great memories.
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The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) has released a "Transfer Data Guidebook for Tribal Colleges and Universities," marking the conclusion of a three-year research endeavor funded by a $625,000 grant from the Educational Credit Management Corporation.

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In a historic move in the advancement of legal education, the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University has announced a groundbreaking set of partnerships with the Navajo Nation and Diné College. These collaborations establish the world’s first tribally affiliated legal education by packaging four comprehensive law degrees uniquely tailored to meet the evolving legal needs of the Navajo Nation. 

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The University of Minnesota's College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) today announced it has been awarded a $1,155,000 grant from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) to develop and offer an Indigenous Education for All online course free to the public. 

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Several Native American groups are calling on lawmakers to pass a new bill that would allow governors and Tribal entities to petition to extend foreign visas for teachers serving in tribal and highly rural communities. 

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More than 40 high school students walked out of class in central Minnesota last Wednesday in response to their school board denying a tribal drum group the right to perform at their upcoming graduation ceremony.