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October, 2013

American Indian College Fund Names 2013 Blanchard Faculty Members of the Year

The Blanchard Faculty Member of the Year Award recognizes a distinguished faculty member from each tribal college. Sponsored by Kim Blanchard, a trustee with the American Indian College Fund, the winners exemplify a commitment to students, scholarship, teaching, and service to Native communities.

For 2013, 30 tribal colleges nominated a Faculty Member of the Year. Each winner was presented a monetary award and certificate at their tribal college's graduation ceremonies. Two awardees, Jason Schlender and Pansy Goodall, were alumni and past AICF scholarship recipients at their respective colleges.
 

2013 Blanchard Faculty Members of the Year include:

Tribal College

Awardee

Academic Area

Aaniiih Nakoda College

Daniel Kinsey

Natural Resources

Bay Mills Community College

Christine Miller

Science

Blackfeet Community College

Cindy Doore

Math/Science Division

Cankdeska Cikana Community College

Eric Rogness

Social Studies

Chief Dull Knife College

George Nightwalker

Native American Studies

College of Menominee Nation

Cody Martin

Mathematics

Diné College

Henry Fowler

Education and Math

Fort Berthold Community College

Pansy Goodall

Business

Fort Peck Community College

Brandi Laubach

English and Literature

Haskell Indian Nations University

Jim Bliven

School of Business

Ilisagvik College

John Howlett

Vocational and Technical Trades

Institute of American Indian Arts

Jessie Ryker Crawford

Museum Studies

Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College

Sally Klaasen

Mathematics; Student Support Services

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College

Jason Schlender

Native American Studies

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College

Linda Arndt

Business

Leech Lake Tribal College

Karen Cary

Career and Technical Education

Little Big Horn College

Gerlinda Morrison

Science

Little Priest Tribal College

Carolyn Fiscus

Indigenous Studies

Little Priest Tribal College

Carole Quaas

English

Navajo Technical College

Jones Lee

Applied Technology

Nebraska Indian Community College

Leland Henke

Business

Northwest Indian College

Steve Pavlik

Instruction

Oglala Lakota College

Jennifer Rodin

Mathematics

Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College

Bruce Smelser

Mathematics

Salish Kootenai College

Donna Kotyk

Dental Assisting

Sinte Gleska University

Nora Antoine

Business

Sisseton Wahpeton College

Lori Zimprich

Computer Science

Sitting Bull College

Joshua Mattes

Engineering

Southwestern Indian Polytechnic University

Sheri Redshirt

Vision Care Technology

Stone Child College

Larry Gomoll

Academics

Turtle Mountain Community College

Carl Eller

Career and Technical Education/Welding

United Tribes Technical College

Evelyn Orth

Nursing

 

The American Indian College Fund is the premier scholarship organization for Native students. Created in 1989, AICF offers scholarships and support for 34 tribal colleges and provides over 4,200 Native students with
scholarships every year.
 

AICF earned top ratings from independent charity evaluators, including the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance, and four-star ratings from Charity Navigator.

 

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