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United Tribes gets $2.6 million for environmental sciences
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21 September 2018
On 21 September 2018 The Associated Press reported:
United Tribes Technical College [Bismarck, North Dakota] has received a $2.6 million grant to expand its environmental science program. The college says the grant from the National Science Foundation will also fund additional faculty to do research and establish a research center on campus. Environmental science department chairman Jeremy Guinn tells the Bismarck Tribune the grant will allow for additional studies of tribal agriculture, water, and energy.
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Located in Bismarck, ND, United Tribes Technical College serves to provide an outstanding education to the Native American people of this region and around the country. For over 43 years, UTTC has served over ten thousand American Indian students from more than 75 federally recognized Indian Tribes across the nation. In addition to American Indians, the college welcomes and serves students of all backgrounds. ...
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