Jim Davis

President at Turtle Mountain Community College Enterprises, Inc.

Jim Davis

Jim Davis

President at Turtle Mountain Community College Enterprises, Inc.

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James Davis is on the board of American Indian College Fund and President at Turtle Mountain Community College Enterprises, Inc.

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Turtle Mountain Community College Enterprises, Inc.

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Vice Chairman at American Indian College Fund

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President at Chief Dull Knife College

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College President at United Tribes Technical College

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President at Fort Belknap College

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President at Little Big Horn College

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President at Navajo Technical College

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President at Institute of American Indian & Alaska Native Culture & Arts

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President & Chief Executive Officer at American Indian Higher Education Consortium, Inc.

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Trustee at American Indian College Fund

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President at Oglala Lakota College

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Jim Davis
President at Turtle Mountain Community College Enterprises, Inc.
Education
M.Ed

Penn State is a multicampus public research university that educates students from Pennsylvania, the nation and the world, and improves the well being and health of individuals and communities through integrated programs of teaching, research, and service. Penn State, founded in 1855 as an agricultural college, admitted its first class in 1859. Today Penn State is one of four “state-related” universities (along with the University of Pittsburgh, Temple University, and Lincoln University), institutions that are not state-owned and -operated but that have the character of public universities and receive substantial state appropriations.

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Since achieving full university status in 1987, Dickinson State University has made a goal of becoming one of the premier postsecondary institutions in the Great Plains. With a progressive mindset, numerous academic opportunities, and an enriching student life, it seems that DSU is well on its way toward this goal. The university is comprised of two colleges: the College of Education, Business, and Applied Sciences, and the College of Arts and Sciences. These colleges combine for about a dozen academic departments and over 75 concentrations. Though there are many subjects to choose from, many DSU students concentrate in education and agriculture. In line with its progressive attitude, Dickinson State embraces multiculturalism in its student body. The Cultural Diversity Tuition Waver allows students of historically underrepresented ethnicities to get a significant discount, up to full tuition. Similarly, the Global Awareness Tuition Waiver assists international students with tuition fees. DSU's Strom Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation works to promote local business growth. Website creation, marketing plans and research, and project management are among the services that the Strom Center offers. The Center helps to stimulate the local economy, and connects Dickinson State with North Dakota businesses.

Career History
Dean of Education
Prior

POST SECONDARY EDUCATION

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AIHEC IS THE COLLECTIVE SPIRIT AND UNIFYING VOICE OF OUR NATION'S TRIBAL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (TCUS). AIHEC PROVIDES LEADERSHIP AND INFLUENCES PUBLIC POLICY ON AMERICAN INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION ISSUES THROUGH ADVOCACY, RESEARCH, AND PROGRAM INITIATIVES; PROMOTES AND STRENGTHENS INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES, CULTURES, COMMUNITIES, AND TRIBAL NATIONS; AND THROUGH OUR UNIQUE POSITION, SERVE MEMBER INSTITUTIONS AND EMERGING TCUS.

Member, Board of Regents
Prior
Trustee
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American Indian College Fund provides educational funds to students. It also gives funding for programs in the areas of teacher training, culture preservation, and construction. It also provides scholarships and other support for the American Indian students. The company was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Denver, CO.

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