Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

Each instructor’s name is followed by field of instruction and major credentials.

Adam Andrews 

MLS in Legal Studies, The University of Arizona; BA in Communication, Arizona State University.

Member of the Tohono Oʼodham Nation.

Lucinda Begay

MA in Chemistry, The University of Arizona; BA in Chemistry, The University of Arizona.

Martha Burgess

Ethnobotanist MS University of Arizona, Dendrochronology BA Brown University, Geology owner Flor de Mayo LLC. writer, “Savorthesouthwest”.

Wendi Cline

AA in Liberal Arts, North Iowa Area Community College, BS in Political Science, Iowa State University, JD Law, William Mitchell School of Law, MLIS in Library and Information Science, University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee

Teresa Dekoker

MS in Agriculture Education, The University of Arizona; BS in Ecology, The University of Arizona.

Pamela Golden 

MFA in Art, Arizona State University; BA in Biology, Harvard University.

Anne Hendricks, CPA Retired

Accounting
B.S.B.A. in Accounting and M.A. in American Indian Studies, University of Arizona.

Shreya Kelly

Math Instructor

Masters of Science Applied Mathematics.

Camillus Lopez

Tohono O’odham Language

Member of the Tohono O’odham Nation.

Dwayne Manuel

MFA in Arts, The University of Arizona; BFA in Studio Arts, IAIA.

Member of the Tohono Oʼodham Nation. 

Michael Moreno 

State of Arizona Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship, Carpentry and Facility Maintenance, TOCC Development, LLC: Certification for Craft Instructor, Carpentry, NCCER.

Member of the Tohono Oʼodham Nation.

Michael Newberry

PhD in Astronomy, The University of Michigan; MA in Astronomy, The University of Texas; BS in Physics, Oakland University.

Anthony Osborn

PhD in Special Education Administration, MA in Counseling, California State University, MPA in Public Administration, Troy State University, MEd in Special Education, Southwest Texas State University, University of Texas. BS in Management, Pacific Christian College

Sharon Parker

Ph.D. in Comparative Cultural and Literary Studies (Doctoral Minors in Cultural Anthropology, 19th Century Art History), University of Arizona. M.A. in Art History (Medieval, Renaissance),  Art History (Non-Western, Western), History of Western Civilization (Ancient – Contemporary), Philosophy. B.A. in English (Hons) Portland State University.

Dwayne Pierce

Tohono O’odham history and CultureM.A. History – 2018 University of Arizona B.A. History and Anthropology – 2017 university of Arizona.

Member of the Tohono Oʼodham Nation. 

Andrea Ramon

Tohono O’odham Language, Culture, and History
M.A. in Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies with a Concentration in American Indian Education, University of New Mexico and B.A. in Elementary Education, University of Arizona. Certified in Native American Language Pre-K-12 Tohono O’odham by the Tohono O’odham Nation and the Arizona Department of Education.

Member of the Tohono O’odham Nation

Naomi Tom

 Associates of Arts in Secondary Education in History from Glendale Community College, Bachelors of Science Degree in American Indian Studies, and Master of Science Degree in American Indian Studies in Public Administration from Arizona State University.

Member of the Tohono Oʼodham Nation.