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Kitikiti'sh Scholarship

2021-2022 Recipients

 

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2020-2021 Recipients 

Mikayla Kerron and Camaya Ibanez


2019-2020 Recipients 

2018-2019 Recipients

MaCaylin Autaubo- the daughter of Michelle and Matthew Autaubo. A 2017 graduate of Fort Cobb-Broxton High School, Autaubo is a sophomore human development and family science major with an option in child and family services. In addition to her Wichita enrollment, Autaubo is also of Kiowa descent.

 

Kristen Frosio- a doctoral-level graduate student in clinical psychology in her fifth and final year. A first-generation college student, her dissertation proposal,Attentional Control Mediates the Relationship Between Worry and Stress Response,was recently approved.

2017-2018 Recipients

 

Kitikiti'sh Scholarship

The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes will honor two enrolled Wichita students with the Kitikiti'sh Scholarship. Undergraduate and Graduate college students encouraged to apply. Please include as much information as possible in each of the four (4) main criteria and the supplemental information areas. All written responses should be typed, double-spaced and attached to the application