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Chief Dull Knife College Names Eva M. Flying as New College President

Chief Dull Knife College Names Eva M. Flying as New College President October 3, 2022 After a year-long search, Chief Dull Knife College is excited to announce Eva M. Flying as its new college President. She will be the 6th sitting President, and the first woman to occupy this role. She is deeply rooted in the Northern Cheyenne community and is a champion of enhancing lives through health and education. “The selection process was not easy, we had some great candidates apply and interview for...

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The College Fund Remembers Dan Wieden

The College Fund Remembers Dan Wieden The American Indian College Fund staff, the students, and the many faculty and staff at the tribal colleges it serves are saddened to learn of the passing of our friend, Dan Wieden, co-founder of the international award-winning advertising agency and longtime College Fund supporter, Wieden+Kennedy. Wieden+Kennedy became the pro-bono agency of record for the College Fund for more than 30 years, with the relationship continuing today. The iconic agency...

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Tribal Colleges Build Storytelling Capacity to Increase Visibility

Tribal Colleges Build Storytelling Capacity to Increase Visibility September 29, 2022, Denver, Colo.— Tribal colleges and universities are at the forefront of educating and training Indigenous people for future jobs and leadership positions that serve Native communities. In addition, many have innovative curriculums and immersion strategies for cultural and language revitalization. Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, a national non-profit organization that...

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Sovereign Nation Series: Native Votes Matter

Sovereign Nation Series: Native Votes Matter

In a previous blog, I shared the value our relatives placed on the right to vote. This right emerged from the Citizenship Act of 1924, which made our parents and grandparents U.S. citizens. With the midterms Election Day (November 8) only weeks away, as Tribal and U.S. citizens, Indigenous people must once again affirm our commitment to our inherent rights and to Indian Country by voting in local, state, and national elections. Why should we vote? Governments, councils, and school boards have...

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American Indian College Fund President and CEO, Cheryl Crazy Bull, Named as Member of the Thrive Leaders Network

American Indian College Fund President and CEO, Cheryl Crazy Bull, Named as Member of the Thrive Leaders Network The Kresge Foundation Launched Thrive Leaders Network to Celebrate and Support Nonprofit Leaders of Color September 22, 2022, Denver, Colo.— The Kresge Foundation has named Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, a member of the newly created Thrive Leaders Network. The Kresge Foundation’s Education Program recently launched the Thrive Leaders...

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American Indian College Fund Publishes Volume Six of The Tribal College and University Research Journal

American Indian College Fund Publishes Volume Six of The Tribal College and University Research Journal One-of-a-Kind Journal Features TCU Faculty Research   September 20, 2022, Denver, Colo.— The American Indian College Fund published the latest volume of the Tribal College and University research journal. First launched in 2016, the research journal supports tribal college and university (TCU) faculty in disseminating their academic work to Indigenous communities and the wider research...

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