News Roundup -- U of L professor feted for First Nations work
News Roundup -- U of L professor feted for First Nations work

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November 5, 2012

U of L professor feted for First Nations work
Fort Macleod Gazette
Wed Oct 24 2012
Page: A10
Section: News
Source: Fort Macleod Gazette

The Canadian Education Association last week honoured a University of Lethbridge professor for her work with First Nations.

Dr. Michelle Hogue, assistant professor and co-ordinator of the First Nations Transition Program at the University of Lethbridge, received the 2012 Pat Clifford Award for early career research in education for her work in improving attendance, engagement, and success for aboriginal learners.

More here:
http://www.fortmacleodgazette.com/2012/u-of-l-professor-honoured-for-work-with-blood-tribe/


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