Raising Expectations: Alumnus, Dr. Arne Vainio Guides the Way for Young Native Americans

October 3, 2017

Dr. Arne Vainio has a passion for raising the expectations of today's generation of young Native Americans. When Vainio tells young Native Americans that they can overcome cultural barriers and succeed in medicine and other professions, he can point to himself as a prime example. Read more

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