Adjunct Professor of American Indian Studies
Corey Still, Adjunct Professor of American Indian Studies, is an enrolled Cherokee/Keetoowah from Cookson, Oklahoma. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Oklahoma in Native American Studies with a minor in Anthropology, and is a current graduate student at Northeastern State University. His area of expertise is Higher Educational Leadership. His Education doctoral research will focus on cultural perspectives in learning styles and methods for Native youth.
He has also served in a variety of leadership roles both within his tribe and the community at large. He currently serves as National Chairman for Sigma Nu Alpha Gamma, a Native fraternity founded at the University of Oklahoma. He also served as a Cultural Delegate of the 2012 Emissaries of Peace Trip to the United Kingdom, and as a Student Representative on the Board of Directors for the National Indian Education Association from 2012 to 2014.