TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL

Four TCU Faculty Members Earn Degrees with College Fund’s Fellows Program

Four tribal college and university (TCU) faculty participating in the American Indian College Fund’s Mellon Faculty Career Enhancement Fellows Program have graduated. They will now serve their TCUs using their knowledge and new degrees.

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Institute of American Indian Arts Students Featured at the Congressional Exhibition Project

Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) student Gregory Ballenger (Diné) was selected to participate in the Congressional Exhibition Project’s second Native American art reception, a celebration in honor of Native American Heritage Month.

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Oglala Lakota College Campus in Rapid City Getting Cultural Center, Greenhouse Thanks to Ford Grant

The grant will be used to design and build a multipurpose learning center and greenhouse for the Lakota people of the Pine Ridge Reservation on the Oglala Lakota College He Sapa campus in Rapid City.

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