Director of Tohono O'odham Studies
MA, Indigenous Education, Arizona State University, BA, Women & Gender Studies, Arizona State University. Member of the Tohono O'odham Nation.
Literature and Humanities Instructor
Ph.D. and M.A. (Pi Lambda Theta) in Comparative Cultural and Literary Studies, University of Arizona; Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Publishing, Harvard University; and B.A. in English, University of Arizona. Member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe.
Master’s in Art history from the University of Arizona and a Bachelor of Science in Fine Arts from the University of Madison Wisconsin
B.A. Political Science, Iowa State University 1981 B.S. Speech Communications, Iowa State University, 1984 J.D., Mitchell Hamline School of Law (fka William Mitchell College of Law) 1999 M.L.I.S. University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee 2001
Agriculture & Natural Resources Instructor
MS in Soil, Water and Environmental Science from The University of Arizona; BS in Environmental Engineering from Northern Arizona University. Member of the Navajo Nation.
M.A. Applied Sociology Northern Arizona University and B.A. in Sociology, Arizona State University.
Ph.D. in Economics, M.S. in Mathematics, University of Nevada, Reno; M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics, B.Sc. in Mathematics, University of Dhaka
PhD, in Chemistry, Clemson University; MSc in Polymer Chemistry, Bilkent University, Turkey.
M.S. in Mathematics, University of Nevada Las Vegas and B.F.A. in Art Design, Dalian University of Technology
M.F.A. in Studio Arts, University of Arizona. Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community.
Ph.D. in Biology, University of New Mexico; M.S. in Natural Resources, University of Michigan; B.S. in Physical Science, San Jose State University.
Social & Behavioral Science Instructor
Ph.D. Psychology, Walden University, M.S. Psychology, Walden University, B.S. Psychology Idaho State University
Ph.D., Geoscience from Texas Tech University; Master of Science, Geography from Texas Tech University; Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science, from University of California Los Angeles; Associates Degree, Biology & Biochemistry from Marymount California University
Tohono O'odham Language and Culture Instructor
MA, American Indian Studies, The University of Arizona BA, Journalism, The University of Arizona. Member of the Tohono O'odham Nation.
Neal M. Wade
MBA, University of Phoenix; B.A. in History, University of Arizona.
Heidi Wallace. Ph. D.
Writing and Humanities Instructor
Ph.D. in English Literature, University of Arizona M.A. in English Literature, SUNY Buffalo State University B.A. in English, SUNY Geneseo
Early Childhood Education Instructor
M.Ed., Early Childhood Education and Special Education, Grand Canyon university, MA, Organizational Management, Specializing in Human Service, Ashford University