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Professor Stroup helps host visiting students from Paschal Sherman Indian School

Submitted by Catherine M Connors on May 3, 2017 - 6:06pm
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Sarah Stroup helped organize and host experiences at UW as part of the 4th Annual Urban Culture Trip for eighth and ninth grade students at the Paschal Sherman Indian School on the Colville Reservation.

See more at, who write: "The day on the UW campus was the brainchild of UW Classics professor Sarah Culpepper Stroup, who met Paschal Sherman Indian School science teacher Barb Quintasketat at a UW Earth and Space Sciences / NASA outreach event, led by Professor Robert Winglee,  in Nespelem in the fall of 2016. As Quintasket told Stroup about the annual Seattle trip, Stroup’s mind started turning with possibilities. By drawing on her professional and personal connections throughout the university community, Stroup was able to schedule (and fund!) two nights of lodging and a day at UW."  

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