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Paġliuġipsi, welcome, Scholars and prospective students!
Welcome to the ilLUMENate page! Here you’ll find cool bits of info about the Program, stuff happening around Alaska in the vast realm of marine conservation, and all things Caleb Scholars-related.
Wait for it…Caleb’s middle name was Lumen. A lumen is a term that expresses measurements of light.
This page spotlights current events in marine conservation around Alaska. If you’re a Scholar, alum, yet-to-be-discovered Scholar, and anyone interested in what’s going on with Alaska’s water bodies and all their magnificent creatures, come get the scoop, and enjoy!
YOI! Please join me in welcoming our spring 2021 scholarship recipients: Continuing scholar Lori Hughes, Rural Development, University of Alaska Fairbanks Continuing scholar Cassidy Kramer, Secondary Education and Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks Continuing scholar Cheyenne Ticket, Elementary Education, University of Alaska Southeast Continuing scholar Allie Ivanoff, Journalism, University of Oregon Continuing scholar Emily Pomrenke, Fine Art, University of Alaska Fairbanks Read More
Congrats to Caleb Scholar Katy Tomter! Katy graduated with a BA in Alaska Native Studies with a minor in Political Science. Katy says, “Now that I’m graduated, I will be spending more time on the land and learning from my elders while I can. I intend on taking a meaningful break from academia to learn directly from the world around me. When the time is right, I plan on completing my masters in education.” Aarigaa! We are proud of you, Katy! #CalebScholars #EmpoweredAlaskaNativeScholars Read More
Thank you for donating to our end of year fundraiser! We kicked off our campaign on Giving Tuesday with a goal of raising $5,000 to support our program by the end of the year and received a grand total of $6,130 in contributions! When we invest in Alaskan Inuit, we encourage understanding of traditional knowledge and the benefits of sound science as the method for preserving our culture and environment. If you are interested in supporting our program financially, we have an online portal to accept donations: https://www.calebscholars.org/support-calebs-legacy/ Please note, we are a 501c3 program, your donation may be tax deductible. To stay updated on our program be sure to follow us on your favorite platforms: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalebScholars Twitter: Read More
As you gear up for #GivingTuesday this year, please consider making a donation to support the Caleb Scholars Program. We are a 501c3 program, your donation may be tax deductible. Our fundraising goal is $5,000 by the end of this year - enough to fund travel for each of our students to return to their home communities during the school year to engage in advocacy, participate in subsistence activities, and connect with their community as a way to supplement their iñua, spirit, and elevate their experience as they work towards obtaining their educational and professional goals. When we invest in Alaskan Inuit, we encourage understanding of traditional knowledge and the benefits of sound science as the method for preserving our culture and environment. One of Caleb’s goals was to assist Read More
We have pushed our deadline to apply for the Spring 2021 scholarship to December 31, 2020. Please submit your application materials via email to Read More
The Caleb Scholars Program has recently posted materials from our Positive Community Citizenship Training on YouTube! These videos reflect our policies and take an indigenized approach to addressing topics like anti-violence and anti-racism. Our YouTube channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf-wH2XeK3ni6Bj64PXa38w Subscribe to our channel and stay tuned for more content and free resources! Read More
YOI! Please join me in welcoming our fall 2020 scholarship recipients: Katy Tomter, Alaska Native Studies, University of Alaska Fairbanks Lori Hughes, Rural Development, University of Alaska Fairbanks Cassidy Kramer, Secondary Education and Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks Cheyenne Ticket, Elementary Education, University of Alaska Southeast Allie Ivanoff, Journalism, University of Oregon Emily Pomrenke, Fine Art, University of Alaska Fairbanks Please stay tuned for scholar bios to be updated on our "Current Caleb Scholars" page soon! Congratulations, scholars! We look forward to working with you this semester. Read More
Our Caleb Scholars Steering Committee will meet soon to determine awards and we'll be in touch with students ASAP. Missed this round of applying? We'll be accepting more applications this winter to award scholarships for the spring semester. Until then, let's keep the conversation going and continue building community! Keep an eye on our website for information on scholars and upcoming opportunities. For the latest, you can also follow us on Twitter (@CalebScholars), Instagram (@calebscholars), and Facebook (@CalebScholars). Read More
The Caleb Scholars Program has updated our policies to include Positive Community Citizenship in order to foster a learning and working community in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. The Caleb Scholars Program denounces discrimination, violence, and harassment. As a scholarship and mentorship program that focuses on empowering Alaska Native scholars, a highly marginalized and underrepresented population in academia, the Caleb Scholars Program reaffirms its commitment to act in solidarity with those who are targets of violence and inequity. The Caleb Scholars Program prohibits discrimination and/or harassment in any form, including but not limited to, discrimination and/or harassment based on race, color, religion, marital status, pregnancy, parenthood, national Read More