Katrina Claw, AIGC alumna, is currently on an 8-month world travel fellowship. Katrina is shown in the photo exploring the ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She graduated with a Ph.D. in Genome Sciences, from the University of Washington, in August 2013 and shortly thereafter began her journey. “My perspective as a Native American scientist and traveler has changed my life and I’m continually thankful to all of the organizations that have supported me along the way. The American Indian Graduate Center supported me throughout my doctoral studies and is one of the reasons I have been successful in my academics.”
You can read her story and other “AIGC Alumni Through Time” stories in the Fall 2014 issue of The American Indian Graduate magazine. The American Indian Graduate Center is celebrating 45 years of providing scholarships to American Indian and Alaska Native students!
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