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Attended and Degree(s) Received
B.A. History, University of Southern Colorado
(Colorado State University-Pueblo)
History, University of Colorado-Denver
History, University of Colorado-Boulder
|History 111 U.S.
History to 1865
|History 112 U.S.
History Since 1865
Native American History
History of Federal Indian Policy
History of the Nez Perce Tribe
|History 421 U.S.
History in the Twentieth Century
History of Idaho and the Pacific Northwest
History of Poverty
|History 492 U.S.
History since 1945
America in the 1960s
150 Introduction to Social Science
351 Values: Minorities
351 Values: Vietnam
499 Senior Research Seminar
Access to Native American Studies Classes at
If anyone is interested in
courses related to Native American Studies, LC has
an agreement with some of our neighboring
institutions (such as the University of Idaho) by
which you can take NAS courses from them and
transfer them to LCSC.These include classes on
Contemporary American Indian Issues, Plateau History
and Contemporary Affairs, Native American Natural
Resources Law, and others.
Taking such courses requires registering at the
other school as a non-degree seeking student, paying
registration fees (if any), and completing a
financial aid cooperative form (which allows your
financial aid to pay for the class at the other
school). Please note that if the class at the other
school is not offered via distance education, you'll
need to travel to the other campus. If you are
interested, please let me know, and I'll talk with
you about the process in more detail.