Pueblo Indian Doctoral Cohort Project Pueblo Doctoral Cohort Proposal At Arizona State University (ASU) we strive to live up to our Mission Statement. These are more than just words; this is our blueprint for success. Our Mission Statement can be found atwww.asu.edu and as part of our undergraduate and graduate brochures. In part, our mission states that ASU is, building a community of students who take on local and global challenges and work together to create solutions. We support this sentiment by stating that the School of Social Transformation (SST), Justice Studies (JSI) at ASU and faculty affiliated with and relevant to this Pueblo doctoral cohort will: Work with the JSI and Indigenous education curriculum within SST to co-construct and deliver a program for Pueblo doctoral students that incorporates Pueblo-identified priorities for doctoral education Provide instruction and research training for doctoral students with a demonstrated commitment to Pueblo Indian peoples and communities who are prepared to meet the needs of Pueblo and other Indigenous peoples in Arizona and beyond; Provide culturally-relevant and rigorous doctoral education opportunities for Pueblo cohort members that are needed to make Indigenous students competitive in national and world markets;
|Effective start/end date||8/15/12 → 8/14/16|
- Kellogg (W.K.) Foundation: $493,894.00
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