ISER and First Alaskans Institute Sign MOU

Pictured signing the MOU are Liz Medicine Crow, president of FAI and Ralph Townsend, director of ISER. Behind them (left to right) are Diane Hirshberg, director of the Center for Alaska Education Policy Research; Andrea Sanders, director of FAI's Alaska Native Policy Center; Tom Case, UAA chancellor; Sam Gingrich, UAA provost; and Jeane T'áaw xíwaa Breinig, UAA interim associate vice chancellor for Alaska Natives and Diversity.

Pictured signing the MOU are Liz Medicine Crow, president of FAI and Ralph Townsend, director of ISER. Behind them (left to right) are Diane Hirshberg, director of the Center for Alaska Education Policy Research; Andrea Sanders, director of FAI’s Alaska Native Policy Center; Tom Case, UAA chancellor; Sam Gingrich, UAA provost; and Jeane T’áaw xíwaa Breinig, UAA interim associate vice chancellor for Alaska Natives and Diversity.

ISER and First Alaskans Institute (FAI) recently signed a memorandum of understanding to promote a “mutually beneficial” relationship between them, by meeting annually, developing new research collaborations, and taking other steps to help advance the goals of both organizations. FAI is a nonprofit organization that works to help Alaska Native people meet educational, economic, and social challenges they will face in the future. ISER does non-partisan public policy research, to help Alaskans and others understand the issues of the day and make informed decisions.

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