The COVID-19 pandemic has raised many questions about the physical health of students and faculty in schools. However, many students may be overlooking the health of their grade point average, or GPA.
Tribal member Katelyn Harker’s senior year at Lakin High School in Kansas moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, she took advantage of the opportunity to work toward a new goal inspired by those on the frontlines fighting the virus and the science behind a cure.
CPN tribal member Alex Kietzman helped develop a smartphone app as a Baylor University student designed to assess potential instances of leukocoria, often a sign of more pressing ocular issues.
While completing her Bachelor of Arts in anthropology/archaeology, Kay Mattena rehydrated a perishable artifact from the Great Lakes region with potential Potawatomi ties.
Tribal member Helen Scarborough attended the Princeton University’s College Horizons program to learn about the admissions process and its relation to her Native American heritage.
Though not as way back as some of our other posts, we wanted to look back at the group that started it all, the 2003 Potawatomi Leadership Program innagural class. Since that first group walked through the doors, the PLP has graduated 12 classes of Potawatomi members who spend 6-weeks learning about the cultural, charitable Read More »