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Haskell Indian Nations University said it plans to launch an agriculture business degree program as part of a new partnership with the Bureau of Indian Education and the Native American Agriculture Fund (NAAF).  

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Washington State University business professor Joe Gladstone doesn’t have a lot of Native students. For that matter, he doesn’t have a lot of Native colleagues either. 

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Data gaps in Indian Country have long been a problem, preventing Native Americans from understanding and solving health crises facing their communities.  

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This fall, as it celebrates its 50th year, the Nebraska Indian Community College (NICC) is launching its first baccalaureate program in business administration and tribal nation building. 

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A private law and public policy graduate school in central Vermont is making one of its scholarships available to members of state-recognized tribes for the first time.   

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NATCHITOCHES, La.—The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana and Northwestern State University (NSU) signed an agreement this week to advance economic development and research opportunities for both partners.

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Tribal Colleges and Universities can now access a $15 million funding opportunity in the federal government’s latest push to bring renewable energy to Indian Country.

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The chief executive of a Michigan tribal economic development firm has been invited to speak as a guest lecturer this week at Harvard University’s prestigious John F. Kennedy School of Government. 

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and Indiana University South Bend (IU South Bend) have renewed and expanded a tuition grant award for eligible citizens of the tribe.

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DENVER — Lilly Endowment Inc. is backing the American Indian College Fund with a new $38 million grant to support tribal colleges and universities and improve access to education for American Indian and Alaska Native students.