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Scott Pinkham

Scott Pinkham (Nez Perce) has been a Lecturer in AIS since 2000. Mr. Pinkham earned a B. A. in Mathematics from the University of Washington in 1987 and is currently completing course work for a M. A. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.

Prior to coming to the UW, Scott worked for the American Indian Science & Engineering Society national office, the Nez Perce Tribe's Enviromental Restoration and Waste Management Program, Yakima Valley Community College and Washington State's Department of Natural Resources.

Mr. Pinkham served as the University of Washington's Native American Recruiter until 1999. Currently he works for the College of Engineering as a full-time Counseling Services Coordinator in the College of Engineering Student Academic Services where he heads the Minority Scholars Engineering Program. Mr. Pinkham also serves as the advisor to the UW's American Indian Science & Engineering Society student chapter.

Mr. Pinkham teaches:
AIS 202 - Introduction to Contemporary Experience in Indian America
AIS 379 - Powwow: Traditions and Innovations