Samuel Scinta

Associate Lecturer
Political Science Public Admin

Specialty area(s)

American government; Political theory; American political history and thought; Environmental policy; Native American government and policy.

Brief biography

After receiving my law degree, I worked as a public finance attorney, assisting on over $1.5 billion in projects around the nation.

I worked for over twenty years as an editor at Fulcrum Publishing, and I served as Publisher and President for a decade. During my tenure as Publisher, Fulcrum became one of the leading publishers of Native American books in the nation, focusing on social and political issues, and we also developed a book series on contemporary political issues.

 In 2015, I founded IM Education, Inc., a non-profit focusing on education programming.

I have taught at UWL for 7 years, and have also taught Political Science at Viterbo University.

Current courses at UWL

POL 101: American National Government

POL 305: American Political Parties

Teaching history

POL 101: American National Government

POL 251: Political Theory

POL 302: Legisalative Process

POL 305: American Political Parties

POL 350: American Political Theory

PUB 338: Environmental Policy

Education

JD, University of Denver College of Law

BA-Political Science and International Relations, Yale University