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Northwestern Promotes Native American Initiatives Through Fellowships

Northwestern University officials say its Center for Native American and Indigenous Research (CNAIR) is expanding its work through two fellowship programs.

Kresge Hall, the building where Northwestern’s CNAIR is locatedKresge Hall, the building where Northwestern’s CNAIR is located

Applications for CNAIR’s graduate fellowship program will be accepted until Nov. 15, according to a Northwestern press release.

Students from all disciplines may apply to the fellowship, which offers faculty mentorship and awareness about careers in Native American and Indigenous research.

Applications for the undergraduate fellowship are accepted on a rolling basis. The fellowship offers students funding for a quarter-long research project, a stipend and faculty mentoring.