Big Fire Law and Policy Group
Advertise:   712.224.5420

Pawnee Nation College wins $10K grant from NEA

The Pawnee Nation will use a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to create an artist-in-residence program at the Pawnee Nation College.

The program will start in the spring semester. The tribe hopes to create educational and cultural preservation opportunities.

The grant was part of the NEA's Access to Artistic Excellence program.

Get the Story:
Pawnees win $10,000 grant (The Oklahoman 12/18)

Relevant Links:
Pawnee Nation College -
American Indian Higher Education Consortium -
Tribal Colleges and Universities -
American Indian College Fund -

Related Stories:
Fort Berthold tribal college signs partnership (12/13)
Bush announces new members of tribal college board (12/4)
Tribal colleges educate non-Native students (11/29)
American Indian College Fund runs ad campaign (10/05)
College in Barrow is Alaska's first tribal college (07/28)
New director for White House Tribal College Initiative (01/20)
Tribal budget advisory council backs tribal colleges (03/01)
Bush budget seeks cuts to Indian education programs (02/10)
Bush administration budget slashes BIA programs (02/08)
Nation's tribal colleges struggle to make ends meet (02/07)
Johnson expects tough times for Indian initiatives (01/18)
Congress restores Bush's cuts to Indian programs (11/22)
Tribal colleges awarded millions in federal grants (08/06)
Tribal college board seeking boosts in funding (9/25)