Month: June 2015 Articles

Indigenous knowledge realized: Understanding the role of service-learning at the intersection of being a mentor and a college-going American Indian

The article explores the experiences of 13 undergraduate American Indian college students who served as mentors through a service-learning course while attending a 4-year, predominantly White institution (PWI).

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