Washington State University

May 2013

Office of the Tribal Liaison News

Welcome to the newsletter of Washington State University’s Office of the Tribal Liaison.  This monthly publication features people and events of interest to WSU’s Native community, alumni, and supporters.

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May 2013

Barbara Aston

Letter from the Liaison
This month has been a month of celebration for Native Cougs! 

Native Graduates

Congratulations Class of 2013!
Thirty-seven Native American students graduated from WSU Pullman this year, earning 35 bachelor's degrees, one master's degree, and one PhD.

Provost Bayly

WSU Native American Advisory Board to the President Meets
The Native American Advisory Board to the President met on Thursday, May 23, 2013 on the Pullman campus to discuss new initiatives, honor outgoing Provost Bayly, and meet the first awardees of the new MOU Tribal Scholarship. 

Eva Navarijo

First Scholars Program Helps Students Achieve a Big First
Washington State University’s First Scholars Program gives first-generation college students the support needed to be the first person in their family to achieve a college degree.

CAMP Recruitment poster

College Assistance Migrant Program Gives Students Solid Foundation
The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) provides assistance for eligible students from migrant and/or seasonal farm-working backgrounds by recruiting them into higher education and providing them with academic support services to ensure successful completion of their freshman year in college.

Judy Meuth

Meuth Receives Award for Teaching
Dr. Judy Meuth, a clinical associate professor in the Department of Critical Culture, Gender and Race Studies, was a recipient of the President’s Distinguished Teaching Award for Non-tenure Track Faculty at Washington State University. 

Autumn Jones

RECRUITMENT CORNER: Summer travel schedule and advice for Fall Cougs
Here's the list of where I will be traveling throughout Indian Country this summer.  And for new Cougs - please contact me regarding questions about admissions, financial aid, housing or the summer orientation program ALIVE!

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