Alumni

 

2019

 

Majors

 

Minors

 

2018

 

Majors

 

Minors

 

2017

Majors

Leticia Aguirre
Deshaun Lee Stuart
Terrilyn Woodfin
Jesse Dumont


Minors

Markus Alexander Reinhard
Raychel Starr
Desiree Christine Terry
 

2016

 

Majors

 

Minors

 

2015

 

Majors

 

Minors

 

2014

 

Majors

 

Minors

 

2013

 

Majors

 

Minors

 

2012

Majors

Gavin Bruce
Cassandra Freeman
Shae Hancock
April Lopez
Rafael Moreno
Trevor Ware

Minors

Stephen Kane
Jessica Orozco
Gilberto Ramirez
Ashley Richards

 

2011

Majors

Jacob Davis Stillman
Nora E. Hemm
Steven James McBride
Arleen Marie Robles

Minors

Monica Katherine Siverson
Krystle Marie Lake
Yolanda Daphne Webb

 

2010

Majors

Sarah Caufield Ferguson
Melody Nicolette Pilotte

Nichole Ashley Roether

Minors

Moses Rodriguez
Katarina Isabella Cook
Steve Moquin

 

2009

April Glynis McGill, B.A.
Michelle Moreira, B.A.
Diana Akansha Singh, B.A.

 

2008

Morrigan Shaw, B.A.

 


Minors

Before the B.A. in AIS was established.

 

2008

Jessica Eden
Ben Graber
Lin McCormick
Samuel Narens
Catherine (Sage) Slover
Astrid Smith
Jasmine Wolf

2007
Nellie Lommen (Spanish)
Elizabeth Sedgwick (Art)
Jorja Nichola Smith (Geography)
Hudson Soules (Liberal Studies)

2006
Jennifer Adele Clark (SC Child/Family)
Devyn N. Feinman (Liberal Studies)
Sonia Elena Mays (Raza Studies)

2005
Michael D Allen (International Relations)
Denise Lynnette Bruno (History)
Chante L. Diaz
Danielle M Dickerson (History)
Kristine Flora Ludemann (English)
Carrie Christine Orange (History)
Kelly Lynn Prentiss (History)
Theresa Ysabel Rocha (Raza Studies)
Karl Henry Smarkel (Special Major)
Angelica Maria Rivera (History)

2004
Sarah Kannika Hellstrom (Cinema)
Shannon Rinaldi McRae (History)

2003
Walter Jacob Johnson
Katrina Marie Ruiz (Creative Writing)

2002
Ciel Marie Major (Liberal Studies)
Vanessa Louise Yava (Liberal Studies)

2001
Jason Brad Kinsella (Journalism)

2000
Daniel Golding
Kouslaa Tunee Kessler-Mata (American Studies)
Michele H. Maas (Social Sciences)
Glenda Marie Petoskey (Social Work)
Corey Kyung Gurll

1999
Sandy Avelar Martinez (Criminal Justice)
Clovis Rudin Shea (Creative Writing)

1998
David Ross Barker (Liberal Studies)
Magda Cecilia Carranza (Liberal Studies)
Rea Morningstar Supnet (Special Major)
Natasha Anna Weigand (Creative Writing)
Leola Wynola Henrichs (Technical and Professional Writing)

1997
Sandra Sue Beauchamp (Psychology)
Teresa Marie Hunt (Liberal Studies)
Cherie Mae A. Jalipa (Special Major)
Michelle l. Womack (Biology)

1996
Amy Elizabeth Gray-Schlink (Women's Studies)
Patti Marie Davis (Special Major)
Nancy Louise Lafferty (Anthropology)
Meredith Laine Vasta (Anthropology)
Darrick Shane Williams (Anthropology)
Miriam Wilding Hodgeman (History)
Vanessa Gale Gilcrease (Psychology)

1994
Kimberly Rose Shuck (Art)

1992
Wanda Kathleen Lee (Anthropology)
Christopher Michael Nezin (Liberal Studies)

1991
Jenean Denise Campos (Anthropology)
Rodney Leonard Sedillo (Sociology)
Olivia Victoria Kuhnert (Liberal Studies)

1988
Gladys P. Ellenwood (Health Education)

 


 

Alum Profiles

 

Ainihkiwa Autumn Barr (Blackfeet)

B.A. American Indian Studies 2011

B.S.W.  2013

M.A.E.S 2019

Secondary Teaching Credential CA 2013

Elementary Teaching License NV 2020

"Currently a 5th grade teacher in Carson City, Nevada. The last year I have been working for the Washoe Tribe as an Education Advisor for the Native Youth in the Carson City area. My boss was the one who initiated the idea for me to become an elementary teacher at the top school in Carson City I am excited for this opportunity. I have a 6 year old daughter I have taught her our culture and language, we are members of the Blackfeet Nation (Montata) and this year she will be in her first Powwow. I am engaged to an amazing human, Vanessa, who was a wildland firefighter, USCG Vet, and is now going to be a personal trainer to those who have had injuries (she was injured in the USCG). Since graduating I have been: a Teacher in Juvenile Hall,  Director of Social Services in Skilled Nursing, Education Advisor II for TANF (Washoe Education Department) and now a 5th grade teacher since I have completed my MAES. I will continue to assist and work for the Tribe since they have become my community out here since I am away from my Rez community and my urban NDN community of SFSU. I will continue to help with after school tutoring to help empower our native youth and combine tradition with modern education. SFSU gave me my family away from home I am still very close with my girls from SKINS. I am grateful everyday for my chosen family; Jessica, Cassie, Glennis, Des, and Diana. I made many friends in my years at SFSU  that I am grateful for and I love seeing their updates on social media. Thank you AIS SFSU teachers for becoming my support and my family when I needed it the most and was feeling home sick. Thank you for the empowerment and education."