In Honor of Dr. Betty Parent
When Betty Parent, PhD became the first full professor in American Indian Studies at San Francisco State University, she established a precedent of excellence in teaching, research, and community service that many American Indians seek to emulate.
The Betty Parent Achievement Award is being created in her name, and with her permission, to recognize Dr. Parent’s achievement and on-going inspiration. The Award will honor outstanding students making similar strides in their academic progress and service to American Indian communities.
Betty Parent Achievement Award Recipients
2016-17 Mr. Nureldin Maslu
2014-15 Ms. Amanda Jean Whitecrane
2014-15 Mr. Jesse Dumont
2013-14 Ms. Kim Ngoc Nguyen
2012-13 Mr. Edher Zamudio
2010-11 Mr. Leighton Felson
2010-11 Ms. Cassandra Freeman