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A Platform Promoting Place-based Indigenous Knowledges, Indigenized Research and Future Generations.
Jasmine Neosh is a proud member of the Menominee Nation. She is a 2022 graduate of the College of Menominee Nation, from which she obtained her Bachelor's degree in Public Administration as well as an Associate degree in Natural Resources (2019). Jasmine is an award-winning researcher, writer, and advocate for Indigenous sustainability, environmental justice and higher education. She is also the recipient of numerous honors and accolades, including a Northeast Climate Science Center Undergraduate Fellowship, a Forge Project Fellowship and the 2019 CMN Student of the Year (American Indian College Fund).
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