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“The Native American Studies Minor has allowed me to be informed as a scholar and as a Native American woman, in concert with my culture to recognize how to face challenges and use critical thinking and scholarly methods when doing so. I am an enrolled Tribal Member with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and am a proud graduate of the Native American Studies program at EOU. I have worked full-time throughout my education these past years to successfully accomplishing my goals, which I pursued in order to give back to my community. My professors have been supportive and challenged me to succeed. Dr. Linda Jerofke has been an excellent mentor and professor.”
Kathryn Quaempts Burke, '18Liberal StudiesPendleton, Ore.