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Bemidji State University’s Department of Nursing is seeking applicants for the Niganawenimaanaanig Program, a grant-funded opportunity for American Indian students who major in nursing to receive academic, social, cultural and financial support.
Maddy Treuer, a junior majoring in indigenous studies and Spanish from Bemidji, was named Outstanding American Indian Student of the Year at Bemidji State University’s 37th Annual American Indian Students Awards Recognition Banquet, April 13 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom.
A Bemidji State University junior is one of only 120 undergraduate students from across the United States who have been accepted into a summer internship program at the Mayo Clinic. More than 1,400 students applied for the program.
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