The Origin & Significance of Land Grant Universities

Join us for a panel discussion about the origin and significance of being a Land Grant University, moderated by the Director of the Center of American Indian and Minority Health (CAIMH), Dr. Mary Owen (Tlingit), assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine & Biobehavioral Health. The virtual discussion will also feature expert guests who will speak to the meaning and impact of land grant institutions.






Co-authored by panel member, Dr. Robert Lee

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