Published On: Mon, Nov 18th, 2013

Tribe forms partnership with UTC

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians formally began a partnership with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga last week. Several faculty visited Cherokee to discuss this project with tribal programs and the Steve Youngdeer American Legion Post 143.  Shown (left-right) are: Albert Crowe, EBCI Deputy Director Administration; Dr. John Tucker; Yona Wade, Cherokee Central Schools; Andy Carroll; Maj. Robert Ricks; Dr. David Edwards; April Ebbinger; Dr. Catharine Franklin; Dr. Rebecca Jones; Principal Chief Michell Hicks; Dr. Chris Hensley; Unknown; Dr. Andy Workinger; Robin Pearlstein; Irene Hillman;  and Dr. Cecelia Wigal.  (LYNNE HARLAN/EBCI Public Relations)

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians formally began a partnership with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga last week. Several faculty visited Cherokee to discuss this project with tribal programs and the Steve Youngdeer American Legion Post 143. Shown (left-right) are: Albert Crowe, EBCI Deputy Director Administration; Dr. John Tucker; Yona Wade, Cherokee Central Schools; Andy Carroll; Maj. Robert Ricks; Dr. David Edwards; April Ebbinger; Dr. Catharine Franklin; Dr. Rebecca Jones; Principal Chief Michell Hicks; Dr. Chris Hensley; Unknown; Dr. Andy Workinger; Robin Pearlstein; Irene Hillman; and Dr. Cecelia Wigal. (LYNNE HARLAN/EBCI Public Relations)

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