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SE faculty Amy Gantt

Amy Gantt

Assistant Professor

Amy Gantt, a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation and trained in language and culture from her tribe, teaches Native studies at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

Degrees Held:

  • Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas
  • Master’s degrees from Texas Woman’s University and Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Career Highlights:

Amy Gantt is an Assistant Professor at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, where she teaches in both the Art and Native Studies departments. Prior to working at SOSU, Mrs. Gantt was employed by the Chickasaw Nation for 13 years.

Amy Gantt grew up in a military family and has lived all over the United States. She completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of North Texas and earned her master’s degrees from both Texas Woman’s University and Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

Mrs. Gantt teaches Native studies, art history, and art studio classes. As an artist, she works primarily in clay and photography. Her work has been exhibited in Oklahoma and Texas.

Which online degree program(s) do you teach?

MBA with a Concentration in Human Resources

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