Faculty & Liasons

Felix Aripa
Felix Aripa
Affiliate Faculty/Tribal Teacher
Felix Aripa is an Affiliate Faculty/Tribal Teacher from the Coeur d'Alene Tribe.
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Yolanda Bisbee
Yolanda Bisbee is the CAMP (College Assistance Migrant Program) Director and a liaison of American Indian Studies.
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Ian Chambers
Ian Chambers, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Ian Chambers is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History, and a faculty member of American Indian Studies, American Studies, and Women Studies programs.
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Harold Crook
Affiliate Faculty
Harold Crook is an affliated faculty member from Lewis-Clark State College.
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Angelique EagleWoman
Angelique Townsend EagleWoman
Professor of Law and James E. Rogers Fellow in American Indian Law
Courses Taught: Civil Procedure, Native American Law, Native Natural Resources Law, Tribal Nation Economics Law
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Rodney Frey
Rodney Frey, Ph.D.
Director of General Education, Professor of Ethnography
Rodney Frey is a Professor of Ethnography. Over the last 38 years he has been associated with and conducting various applied, collaborative projects with the Apsáalooke (Crow) of Montana, the Schitsu’umsh (Coeur d'Alene) and Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) of Idaho, and the Confederated Warm Springs Tribes of Oregon.
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Ed Galindo
Director
Ed Galindo is the Director of the Natural Resources Tribal Cooperative at the University of Idaho Aquaculture Research Institute.
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Rebecca Jager
Rebecca Jager, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Rebecca Jager is an assistant professor of history. Her research areas are: Modern American, U.S. West, and Gender. Her current research endeavor is a social history through the lens of sports (Olympic, collegiate,and professional).
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Janis Johnson
Jan Johnson
Clinical Assistant Professor; Coordinator, American Indian Studies Program
Jan Johnson teaches American Indian and African American Literatures.
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John Lawrence
John Lawrence, Ph.D.
Professor of Business
Ph.D. 1993 Penn State University
Areas of Expertise:quality management, business/environmental sustainability, and case research methods.
Office: ALB215 | Phone: (208) 885-5821 | Email: jjl@uidaho.edu
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Anne Marshall
Anne L Marshall, PhD
Professor
Research Areas: Indigenous architecture and landscapes in North America; Architectural history; Social and cultural dimensions of global architecture and urban space; Architectural design; Urban and community design and regeneration
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Steve Martin
Steve Martin
Director
Steve Martin is the director of the University of Idaho Native American Student Center.
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Sarah Penney
Sarah Penney
Diversity, Outreach & Communication Coordinator
Sarah Penny is the Diversity, Outreach & Communication Coordinator for Idaho EPSCoR and a liaison of American Indian Studies.
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D'Lisa Penney Pinkham
Affiliate Faculty/Tribal Teacher
D'Lisa Penney Pinkham is an Affiliate Faculty/Tribal Teacher from the Nez Perce Tribe.
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Lee Sappington
Lee Sappington
Associate Professor
Lee Sappington is an associate professor of Anthropology. His main area of interest is the Prehistory of the Columbia Plateau.
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Becky Tallent
Rebecca Tallent
Associate Professor
Rebecca J. “Becky” Tallent is an award-winning journalist and public relations specialist with more than 12 years experience as an energy, environmental and financial journalist. She also has 18 years experience as a public relations specialist, primarily with state government agencies.
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J.D Wulfhorst
J.D. Wulfhorst
<strong>Professor</strong>

(208) 230-7333 | jd@uidaho.edu
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