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Social Work student is first Mdewakanton scholar to graduate

barry-korina-180x120.jpgKorina Barry received her master's degree in social work in May, becoming the first Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Scholar to earn a degree under the scholarship program established three years ago. She is now a senior social worker in the Indian Child Welfare long-term foster care unit in Hennepin County. In a University feature story, she talks about the people and programs that supported her on the way to earning her degree.

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