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Unformatted text preview: dent Services American Indian Programs (Polytechnic) ASU Undergraduate (13) ASU Undergraduate (13) Annual ASU Tribal Scholarship Fair held every spring, purpose to attract NA students and demonstrate opportunities for financial support Maroon & Gold Scholarship: $4500/year, renewable on limited funding, entering freshmen through seniors, targeted to ethnic minorities, but not restricted to Native Americans Dorrance Scholarship: $36,000 total, plus $4000 travel grant, first generation to attend college Angels Care Scholarship: $3000/year, preference given to NA, although all students of color are considered. Labriola Gric: award varies, for members of Gila River Indian Community Art Hamilton “Living the Dream” Scholarship: $1000/ renewable each year, students from underrepresented communities Sun Devil Promise: pays tuition, books, fees, room &board, open to all low­income AZ students ASU Parents’ Associations Scholarship: for first generation students Secondary Teaching Certificate and Master’s in Education: specifically for NA Teacher Professional Development Wells Fargo Am Indian Scholarship Program: Indian Health Career Award Veterans’ for Peace scholarship, administered through Navajo Nation Morris K Udall Scholarship: for juniors, seniors seeking a career in tribal health, tribal public policy or environment ASU Graduate Student (14) ASU Graduate Student (14) Underrepresented Graduate Enrichment Match: assists academic units in recruiting first year graduate students from underrepresented communities The American Educational Research Association Minority Fellowship Program: $12,000 one­year stipend and up to $1,000 in travel support to attend the AERA Annual Meeting, targets all students of color American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) Graduate Fellowships: based on need, any federally recognized tribe American Political Science Association Mi...
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