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Africana studies courses provide understanding and appreciation of the universal African diaspora today and historically from an Afrocentric world view. They also give students the opportunity to evaluate the influence of African culture on the entire human civilization.
204 Monroe Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
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Robert L. Bartlett, PhDInterim Director204 Monroe HallPhone: 509.359.6412Email: email@example.com
- PhD, Leadership Studies, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Wash.
- MA Sociology, December 1987, Washington State University, Pullman, Wash.
- BA Sociology, May 1984, Mesa College, Grand Junction, Colo.
African American Catholics; race, culture and ethnicity in the U.S.; diversity awareness and appreciation; assessing social aspects and impacts of endangered species protection and recovery; rural sociology; African American experiences, history and culture; complex organizations
Lynn Burks-HerresStaff204 Monroe HallPhone: 509.359.2205Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Finnie, PhDAssociate Professor204 Monroe HallPhone: 509.359.6152Email: email@example.comScott Finnie has a doctorate degree in leadership studies with a special emphasis on U.S. race relations from Gonzaga University. He has taught a wide variety of African American courses at EWU since 1993. As a consultant in cultural competency and ethnic history over the past several years, Finnie is excited about the opportunity that these courses provide for students to enhance their appreciation and understanding of the dynamics that shape our multicultural society.
Angela SchwendimanLecturer204 Monroe HallPhone: 509.359.7372Email: firstname.lastname@example.org