The UA grants more PhDs to Native Americans than any other institution in the world. This in itself is impressive; the work to reach this status is no less noteworthy. For over a decade, a grant from and partnership with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has provided the UA an opportunity to support the community of Native American scholars as they work toward degrees.
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Graduate Center writer Terry Pitt-Brooke converses with campus leaders and experts about the advantages of diversity and inclusiveness. From the Graduate Diversity Programs Director, Donna Treloar, the Vice Provost for Inclusive Excellence, Jesús Treviño, and many others, he learns why the university’s rich array of world views and ways of understanding benefit all the communities with which it intersects.