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The Virgil Masayesva Native American Environmental Education Scholarship Fund

A scholarship fund has been established at Northern Arizona University in recognition of Virgil Masayesva and his tireless pursuit to advance Native American environmental education and protection issues around the country. The principal purpose of the fund is to support qualified Native American students who are pursuing environmental careers, and others who are committed to careers associated with environmental protection of Indian Country.

Artwork for Virgil Masayesva Memorial Scholarship FundTo help raise funds for the scholarship, the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals is offering prints of Stacy Talahytewa's artwork honoring Vigil's contribution to tribes for donations of $35.00 or more. Art prints are matted 8 1/2 x 11 and include art interpretation.

Click here or on image for larger view of art print.

Artist Stacy Talahytewa's bio.

ITEP hopes to bring this beautiful artwork to the lives of many people to memorialize the man whose dedication and perseverance has made such a difference in the development of tribal environmental issues and programs nationwide.

Thank you,
-ITEP

			

Scholarship contribution forms and information:
      Scholarship Fund form - Word
      Scholarship Brochure - PDF

For more information please contact:
      Mansel A. Nelson
      Phone: 928-523-1275
      Email: Mansel.Nelson@nau.edu@nau.edu

			

	
	
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