AI/AN

(redirected from American Indian/Alaska Native)
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AI/ANAmerican Indian/Alaska Native
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The company will expand philanthropy programs, work to improve products and services to meet the financial and banking requirements of the American Indian/Alaska Native community, and help create a greater awareness of American Indian/Alaska Native culture, history and contributions.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) has announced a five-year, USD 50 million commitment to American Indian/Alaska Native communities to help address their unique economic, social and environmental needs, the company said.
The degree of interpersonal losses and trauma exposure in a number of American Indian/Alaska Native communities has been documented (Manson et al.
American Indian/Alaska Native women are less well represented in management.
6% of American Indian/Alaska Native students took AP Exams from an overall student population of 1.
American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) high school students, ages 16- 18, who have an interest in the health field and/or biomedical research are encouraged to apply.
The Gates Millennium Scholars program, funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, covers unmet educational costs for selected African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian and Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American students.
Overall, complaints filed by African-American women increased by 45 percent, by Hispanic women by 135 percent, by Asian/Pacific Islander women by 90 percent, and by American Indian/Alaska Native women by 109 percent.
The current American Indian/Alaska Native recommendation was based primarily on expert opinion, and there are few data on use of PPV23 in those populations of children after the PCV7 series.
Some have advised against the analysis of data for Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, and American Indian/Alaska Native beneficiaries because of potential bias in analyses when large proportions of these relatively small racial/ethnic groups are not correctly identified, and they differ in important ways from those who are (Lauderdale and Goldberg, 1996; Arday et al.
Race/ethnicity of persons (including children) with HIV/AIDS diagnosed during 2005 Asian/Pacific Islander 1% American Indian/Alaska Native <1% African American 49% White 31% Hispanic 18% No.
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