Thinking of You

News was passed along to the Haskell Indian Nations University campus that Interim President, Dr. Daniel Wildcat, experienced a medical emergency on February 16th causing worry and heavy hearts. The news came as a shock for many of the Haskell family and community. 

Dr. Wildcat has been working at Haskell for over 30 years where he has taken on many roles, but his heart and mind resides as being a faculty member working with Native American students. The dedication Dr. Wildcat gave to the university has touched many along the way during the duration of his career at Haskell. Let us celebrate and rejoice this remarkable person as he is on the road to recovery. Please keep Dr. Wildcat and his family in your thoughts and send prayers as he strives to improve his health each day. As the new journey to recovery awaits him, we keep him close to our heart; Dr. Wildcat has always been a helping hand, encouraging person, and a positive friend.

8 Comments

  1. Doctor Wildcat you were my instructor for many classes in the years is like 89 90 and I appreciate you so much. My heart goes out to you and your family and I will keep you in my prayers. You have always shown me how to carry a strong leadership skills

  2. The Stevens Family sends prayers and love to Dr. Dan Wildcat. Hopes for a speedy recovery!!

    Cheryl & Ernie Stevens, Jr. & Family

  3. To you Dr. Wildcat I wish you the best and speedy recovery, you have been a beacon of strength to many, and an inspiration of what it means to be a human being, please take care of your self and maybe retirement might be the answer! Hey, I don’t mind it.

  4. Dr. Wildcat – I’m keeping you in my thoughts during this difficult time! Here’s to healing and a quick recovery.

    Morgan

  5. Fast recovery Dr.wildcat. I was your much older intern student. You helped without any questions. Thank you sir

    1. Best wishes and prayers for Dr. Wildcat. He was one of my favorite instructors in college and such a good role model in the community.

  6. Wishing you a full recovery, Dr. Wildcat! You are a gem in our community.

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