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John B. Scott


Assistant Professor of History

B.S. Multnomah Bible College
B.S. Warner Pacific College
M.A. University of Portland

  • Accomplishments: ACSI professional certification; National Teacher of the Year Award in American History, Daughters of Colonial Wars, 1990; Earl J. McGrath Essay Award Winner while at Warner Pacific College; National Endowment of Humanities seminar participant at Yale University, 1985; founder of Westrek - the Pacific Northwest Field Studies Program at Corban University, 2001.

  • Organizational Service: Salem Alliance Church Member, American Historical Association; Oregon Historical Society
  • "Corban University allows you to do what you feel gifted to do and encourages new ideas and creative excellence in a Christian environment," he said.
  • Enjoys backpacking, photography, botany, bird watching, biology and studying local history subjects. Favorite areas are the Eagle Cap Wilderness in northeast Oregon's Wallowa Mountains, and the Metolius River Region in Central Oregon. Family: Wife, Sue Ellen

Campus Nature Study

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Botanical Survey