Native American Cultures and
Traditions at Iliff
Tinker Visiting Professorship and Student Mentoring
The Tinker Visiting Professorship was established last year in honor of Professor Emeritus Tink Tinker (wazhazhe/Osage Nation) who taught for 32 years at Iliff School of Theology. Supported by the Tink Tinker Program Endowment Fund, the Professorship is committed to continuing his work and honor his legacy. In addition to teaching two courses over the course of an academic year and participating in public presentations, the Tinker Visiting Professor will also mentor Native students during Gathering Days.
You can show your continued support for the Tinker Program Endowment by clicking here.
Read about the conference “Redskin, Tanned Hide” on March 29, 2019, at Iliff.
Learn more about the conference “Erasing American Indian Genocide” on October 17, 2019, at Iliff.