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Kari Bappe
Kari Bappe
Psychology Professor   Phone: 402-494-2311
Crystal Ross
Crystal Ross
Student Services - Macy, NE ext: 101
Winona (Hawatay) M. Caramony
Winona (Hawatay) M. Caramony
Lang. Professor Macy ext:109
Lavonne Snake
Lavonne Snake
Science Professor - Macy Phone: 402-494-2311
Qudsia Hussaini
Qudsia Hussaini
Science Professor - SSC     Phone: 402-494-2311
Sidney Bad Moccasin
Sidney Bad Moccasin
Dakota Language Professor - Santee    Phone: 402-494-2311 ext. 125
Saundra Wilch
Saundra Wilch
Vocational Career Counselor - SSC     Phone: 402-494-2311 ext. 131
Dasha Weatherman
Dasha Weatherman
Science Professor - SSC
Falon Torrez
Falon Torrez
Accounts Payable Macy Ext. 106
Alvin Parker
Alvin Parker
Student Services South Sioux City Ext 126
Terri Grant
Terri Grant
Student Support Services Santee Ext 118
Marcia Robertson
Marcia Robertson
Student Services - Macy, NE ext: 104
Jerome Proctor
Jerome Proctor
Business Professor Santee Ext 124
Kristine Sudbeck
Kristine Sudbeck
Academic Dean Macy Ext 103
Kodi Urquidi
Kodi Urquidi
Carpentry Professor Macy Ext 134
Ezechiel Brummels
Ezechiel Brummels
GLA Professor - Macy Phone: 402-494-2311
Stacy Brasch
Stacy Brasch
GLA Adjunct Professor - SSC     Phone: 402-494-2311
Susan Tyndall
Susan Tyndall
Librarian Macy ext: 107
Stephanie McDonald
Stephanie McDonald
Math Professor - SSC     Phone: 402-494-2311
Troy Munhofen
Troy Munhofen
Registrar - Macy, NE ext: 113
Paul Fowler
Paul Fowler
Vocational Counselor  SSC Ext. 127 
Dawne Price
Dawne Price
Dean of Student Services - Macy ext. 116
Michael Oltrogge
Michael Oltrogge
College President         Macy ext: 117
Wynema Morris
Wynema Morris
Native American Studies Professor
Mike Berger
Mike Berger
Grants Writer        Macy ext: 115
Justin Kocian
Justin Kocian
  CIO / Title III Dir. SSC ext: 133
Jackie Hahn
Jackie Hahn
ECE Director SSC  ext: 128
Leland Henke
Leland Henke
Business Professor        Santee ext: 120
Hank Miller
Hank Miller
Natural Resources Santee ext: 121
Dawn Hair
Dawn Hair
Science Professor
Al Widrowicz
Al Widrowicz
Math Professor - SSC     Phone: 402-494-2311
Misty Frazier
Misty Frazier
Dakota Language Professor - Santee
Wanda Henke
Wanda Henke
Library Director  Santee ext: 123
Jim Hallum
Jim Hallum
Extension Office  Santee Ext. 122
Linda Robinson
Linda Robinson
Board of Directors - Macy 
Vanessa Hamilton
Vanessa Hamilton
Student Billing Macy Ext. 105
Carlton LeCount
Carlton LeCount
Native American Studies Professor / NAS Division Head Macy Ext. 112


Ezechiel Brummels
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Phone: 402-494-2311 ext:139 Fax: 402-837-4183 
Ezechiel Brummels
PO Box 428, 1111 Hwy 75 1111 Hwy 75
Macy, Nebraska , NE 68039

My name is Zeke Brummels and I will be teaching World History, Geography, and Speech at the Nebraska Indian Community College. I was raised in Northeast Nebraska by an English professor with a strong interest in Native American history and literature. Texts like Black Elk Speaks and Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee were offered to me just as about as soon as I could comprehend their subject material. I carried this passion into college at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, where I majored in English with a Writing Emphasis and minored in History. Most of my undergraduate history classes specialized in American West or Native Americans. I took some time between undergraduate and graduate school to pursue screenwriting and filmmaking, but ultimately returned to Kearney as a Graduate Assistant in the History department. My graduate studies took on an international tint, and I immersed myself in Latin America. During this program, I traveled across South America from coast to coast and back again. This trip profoundly changed how I looked at the world. I was used to thinking of indigenous cultures only through the lens of the Native experience here at home on the Plains. But to see such a diversity of peoples on another continent with a very different and yet very shared story to the native peoples of this country left me in for lack of a better word—awe. After graduate school, I met my wife Molly, who I moved to Ecuador with for six months. It was there that I fell in love with backpacking and seeing the world under the power of my own two feet. I intend to bring this into the classroom and share with students the potential and power of an international worldview.