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Africana EducationAfricana 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
Scott Finnie, Ph.D.Director204C Monroe HallPhone: 509.359.6152Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Scott Finnie, raised in the Bay Area, came to Spokane in 1975 on a basketball scholarship at Gonzaga University. He earned a B.A. in English and a Minor in Criminal Justice in 1979, a Master's degree in American History from Eastern Washington University in 1992, and a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies from Gonzaga University in 2000. His dissertation was entitled "The Impact of the Removal of Affirmative Action Upon the Freshmen Class at the University of Washington - Implications of a Ten Year Quantitative Study."
Dr. Finnie has been a faculty member of EWU's Africana Education Program and History Department since 1992. As a recipient of over 20 awards for excellence in teaching, leadership, civil rights and mentoring - Dr. Finnie has made over 40 presentations in the past ten years at Oxford-England, Mexico City, Atlanta, Baton Rouge, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle as well as the Inland Northwest on such themes as civil rights, affirmative action, servant leadership, diversity and cross-cultural communication, the American criminal justice system and faculty hiring in higher education.
He has published a dozen articles in The National Social Science Journal, The Inland Northwest Health Services Training Manual, Investigating Diversity: Race, Ethnicity and Beyond, The Oxford Round Table Journal, The Journal of Intercultural Disciplines, Ethnic Studies Review, The Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly and The International Journal of Servant Leadership.