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InPsyT: Indigenous Students in Psychology Training

Bemidji State University


The Indigenous Students in Psychology Training (InPsyT) project is a culturally-based cohort program to train and prepare American Indian students for careers in psychology at the undergraduate level. Students entering this program will benefit from unique experiences that will increase appreciation for psychology, traditional American Indian culture, and the complimentary relationship between the two. Some of these experiences include special orientations, luncheons, American Indian guest speakers, mentoring, research opportunities, and attendance at conferences.

Type of Grant Received through Minnesota State Innovation Funding 

Small Seed Grant – $9,981
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