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Promoting Native American College Student Recruitment & Retention in Higher Education.

  title={Promoting Native American College Student Recruitment \& Retention in Higher Education.},
  author={Richard S. Mosholder and Bryan Waite and Carolee A. Larsen and Christopher Goslin},
  journal={Multicultural Education},
Richard S. Mosholder is an associate professor of psychology and Carolee A. Larsen is a lecturer in sociology, both with the Department of First-Year and Transition Studies at Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia. Bryan Waite is an associate professor in International and Multicultural Studies and Christopher Goslin is an associate professor in Student Leadership and Success Studies, both at Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah. how best to communicate with Native students and to… 

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