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The Native Center for Disabilities aims to improve disability services and employment access for Native youth and adults with disabilities
The two grants establish the foundation for the Native Center for Disabilities, administered by the Sonoran Center for Excellence in Disabilities in the UArizona College of Medicine – Tucson’s Department of Family and Community Medicine.
Arizona Community Foundation to Provide Grant in Support of Native American Students
A historic partnership between the Arizona Community Foundation and the UArizona College of Medicine – Phoenix will provide $306,000 in grant funding to support nine Native American students — three students per year for three years — on their journey through the Pathway Scholars Program and into
The Importance of Indigenous Librarianship: Q&A with Knowledge River Alumnus Alex Soto
This fall, Alex Soto, who received his master’s degree in library and information science from the University of Arizona’s Knowledge River Program in 2020, was appointed director of Arizona State University Library’s Labriola National American Indian Data Center.
Felisia Tagaban Gaskin enters new role to focus on establishing educational pathways for SUSD Indigenous youth
Felisia Tagaban Gaskin, former graduate assistant for Native SOAR, recently transitioned from the Native SOAR team to a full-time Student Relations Coordinator and Recruiter for The University of Arizona Office of Admissions, College of Education and Sunnyside Unified School District.
The Teaching, Learning, and Sociocultural Studies Department in the College of Education is hiring a Project Coordinator for the Indigenizing Digital Literacies and Coding with Native Youth, Teachers, and Families Project
This project is a partnership between the University of Arizona College of Education's Indigenous Teacher Education Program (ITEP), the Digital Innovation and Learning Lab (DIALL), and the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice.
Dr. Roe B. Lewis Scholarship Application
The Southwest Indian Agricultural Association, Inc. (SWIAA) is offering five annual scholarships. The scholarships are in memory of Dr. Roe B. Lewis in the amount of $2,000.00 each. All scholarships are available for undergraduate and/or graduate students.
Mario K. Marks Traveling Scholarship Application for Intermediate School And High School
In memory of Mario K. Marks, The Southwest Indian Agricultural Association, Inc. (SWIAA) is offering five annual scholarships in the amount of $1,000.00 each. The scholarships are available for intermediate and high school tribal groups or individual tribal students.