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News and Announcements

GATES MILLENNIUM SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS 2014

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DEFYING THE ODDS: FIVE RED CLOUD STUDENTS EARN THE GATES MILLENNIUM SCHOLARSHIP

Growing up on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Caine Ghost Bear spent hours every day with his great-grandmother. After losing his father at just three years old, she became a major force in Caine’s life,

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College Horizons and Graduate Horizons Application Deadline

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College Horizons and Graduate Horizons Application Deadline to apply is February 4, 2014. 

College Horizons is a college admissions workshop for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian high school students.  Each summer students work alongside 50 college admissions officers,

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Making the Grad: Get Involved With the American Indian Graduate Center!

Walt Lamar_webAIGC is proud to announce Walter Lamar, of Lamar Associates, as recently appointed member to the AIGC Board of Directors!

Following is an article that Mr. Lamar wrote about the American Indian Graduate Center, published in Indian Country Today, on October 30, 2013.

Making the Grad: Get Involved With the American Indian Graduate Center!

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NIGA Mid Year Conference

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National Indian Gaming Association Mid-Year Conference

– October 29-30, 2013  Albuquerque, NM –

The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) Mid-Year Conference will be held at the Sandia Resort and Casino in Albuquerque, NM.

AIGC will have a booth at the conference,

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“The American Indian Graduate” Magazine is now available!

AIGC-Fall-2013-Cover-231x300The Fall issue of The American Indian Graduate magazine is now available, “American Indian Students Making Global Impact”!

If you are on the AIGC mailing list to receive a hard copy of the magazine, watch for it in the mail. If you are not on the AIGC mailing list and would like to receive a hard copy,

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American Indian Graduate Center Announces Power of Scholarship Honorees

Albuquerque, NM – April 28, 2013 – The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC), a non-profit organization dedicated to building capacity for individuals and tribes through graduate education, announced six honorees who were recognized at the 5th Annual AIGC Reception, marking a special milestone in the organization’s strategic initiative – The Power of Scholarship – to address the growing need for scholarships among the American Indian and Alaska Native graduate and professional degree community.

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