The Northern Plains Native American Research Centers for Health (Northern
Plains NARCH) was established to form partnerships with academic institutions
so that intensive academic-level biomedical and behavioral research could
be conducted upon existing and persistent AI/AN health problems.
Northern Plains NARCH Scholarship for Spring 2009!
The Northern Plains NARCH is proud to announce its 4th round of scholarship funding for AI/AN undergraduate and graduate students. This scholarship is intended for students seeking a degree in a health-related area or for individuals currently working in tribal health and pursuing general education. The scholarship amount is $500-$1,000.
Application is due February 27, 2009
Who is eligible to apply:
Any American Indian or Alaska Native student who is enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program, preferably in a health-related field.
Students must be currently enrolled in a minimum of two courses (typically 6 credits). Students must have completed at least one semester of college; students for which Spring 2008 is their first semester are not eligible.
Priority will be given to members of tribes in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa.
Priority will be given to students enrolled in a health-related field.
Priority will be given to graduate students, upper-classman undergraduate students, and students that have demonstrated commitment to their program of study.