Congratulations to the 2016 Indian Law & Policy Center Graduates!

We invited graduates and their friends and family on Thursday to a lunch at the College of Law to celebrate their achievements.

Dean Joan Howarth with opening remarks.

Dean Joan Howarth with opening remarks.

Professor Matthew Fletcher presenting the Native graduates with eagle feathers.

Professor Matthew Fletcher presenting the Native graduates with eagle feathers.

Professors Wenona Singel and Matthew Fletcher with 2016 graduates Whitney Gravelle, Elise-McGowan-Cuellar, Samantha Smith, and Lauren Spencer.

Professors Wenona Singel and Matthew Fletcher with 2016 graduates Whitney Gravelle, Elise McGowan-Cuellar, Samantha Smith, and Lauren Spencer.

Amador Cuellar-McGowan

Graduate receiving line featuring Amador Cuellar-McGowan, who has been an asset to Elise and the Center this year.  Thank you!

We also congratulate those Center graduates who weren’t present: Corrinna Bailey, Chantelle Dial, and Michael Hollowell.

About Sarah M Donnelly

Program Coordinator for the Indigenous Law and Policy Center at Michigan State University College of Law.
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One Response to Congratulations to the 2016 Indian Law & Policy Center Graduates!

  1. Dr. Paramjyot Singh says:

    Congratulation to all Native Graduates of ILPC ! Its nice to see Professor Fletcher with the same great spirit!
    You guys were lucky to have him as your teacher…I recollect his perennial love and affection for his students during my affiliation with ILPC…I pay my deepest regards to him and wish ILPC grows well under his directorship.

    Dr.Paramjyot Singh,M.A,LL.M,Ph.D.
    Fulbright DPR Alumni, ILPC,2010-2011.
    Michigan State University.

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