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Melvin MonetteDirector of Graduate Fellowship and Special Programs
American Indian Graduate CenterAlbuquerque, NM
Dedicated to higher education and diversity issues, Melvin Monette most recently served as the Director for Student Recruitment for the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. During his service at U of M, he was a member of the Executive Board of the Midwest Center for Lifelong Learning in Public Health, served the Transgender Commission and was Chairperson of the Scholarship Task Force, as well as the Assistant for a RWJF National Quality Improvement Research Project. Outside work, Mr. Monette continued his commitment to diversity and education by providing service to the Two Feathers Endowment, through the Saint Paul Foundation Spectrum Trust, working with local high schools to address American Indian higher education issues and providing HIV prevention education through the Minnesota Aids Project and the American Red Cross. He has also served as an Ambassador of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program and Read Trainer for several years. Mr. Monette has a B.S. in Elementary Education and a M.S. in Education, from the University of North Dakota, and is working on his Doctorate of Education through Saint Mary’s University Twin Cities Campus.
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