Students

Leo Salomon, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in Indigenous and American Indian Studies from Haskell Indian Nations University

Micah Swimmer, student in the Indigenous Studies Program, with his son

B.A. in American Indian Studies from Haskell Indian Nations University

Matt Bowman, student in KU's Indigenous Studies program

B.A. in Art History from Augustana College and M.A. in Art History from the University of Connecticut

Rain Charger, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in Indigenous and American Indian Studies from Haskell Indian Nations University

Ethan Clapsaddle, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in Social Sciences from Western Carolina University

Ryan Harrigan, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in English from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and M.A. from the University of Missouri. Currently working on a Ph.D. in English and an M.A. in Indigenous Studies at the University of Kansas.

Shelby Herrod, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in Indigenous and American Indian Studies from Haskell Indian Nations University

Tobin Jennings, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in Anthropology and Psychology from the University of Kansas

Shane Lynch, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in Indigenous and American Indian Studies from Haskell Indian Nations University

Rose Mills, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in American Indian Studies from Haskell Indian Nations University

Joey Hentzler, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in Political Science and Latin American Studies from the University of Kansas. Currently working on an M.A. in Latin American & Caribbean Studies and a graduate certificate in Indigenous Studies, also from KU.

Lina Maritza Munoz Marquez, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.A. in Translation from the Universidad de Antioquia and M.A. in Spanish Literatures from the University of Arkansas. Currently working on a Ph.D. in Spanish & Portuguese and an Indigenous Studies graduate certificate at the University of Kansas.

Katelyn Trammell, KU Indigenous Studies Program student

B.S. in History and Anthropology from the University of Central Arkansas. Currently working on an M.A. in Museum Studies and a graduate certificate in Indigenous Studies at the University of Kansas.

Deborah Williams, student in KU's Indigenous Studies Program

B.S. in Life Sciences (Biology) and Animal Science & Industry from Kansas State University, M.S. in Student Counseling & Personnel Service (Higher Education/Adult Student Services) and M.S. in Curriculum & Instruction from Kansas State University, and M.A. in Biology (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology), M.A. in Philosophy, and J.D. from the University of Kansas. Currently working on a Ph.D. in Anthropology and an M.A. in Indigenous Studies at the University of Kansas.


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