Morris K. Udall and John S. McCain III Native American Graduate Fellowship in Tribal Policy

Overview

The Morris K. Udall and John S. McCain III Native American Graduate Fellowship in Tribal Policy (Native American Graduate Fellowship) recognizes outstanding Native American and Alaska Native graduate students who are currently pursuing advanced degrees in health care fields—including, but not limited to, health administration, health education, public health, medical practice, policy, research, or related-degrees—and who have demonstrated a commitment to Native health care. The Native American Graduate Fellowship Program honors the legacies of Morris K. Udall and John S. McCain III.

Deadline

May

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must:

  • Be enrolled in a state- or Federally Recognized Tribe or Band; or a descendant of an enrolled member of a state- or Federally Recognized Tribe or Band.
  • Be a permanent U.S. resident or U.S. citizen who is a member of the First Nations of Canada.
  • Have completed at least one semester of graduate-level coursework in a health care field and be enrolled at least half-time in a graduate program during the fellowship year.

How to Apply

Campus Liaison