Teaching

Faculty Positions:

Assistant Professor of History

University of Utah, Salt Lake Campus
HIST 6910: Experiencing Public History: The Senses & Public History in a Digital World – Fall 2019 (Online)

HIST 3910: Experiencing Public History: The Senses & Public History in a Digital World – Fall 2019 (Online)

HIST 6910: Experiencing Public History: The Senses & Public History in a Digital World – Summer 2019 (Online)

HIST 3910: Experiencing Public History: The Senses & Public History in a Digital World – Summer 2019 (Online)

 

A view of University of Utah students at the Incheon Global Campus in South Korea

Assistant Professor of History

University of Utah, Asia Campus

HIST 1700: American Civilization – Section 1 – Fall 2019

HIST 1700: American Civilization – Section 2 – Fall 2019

HIST 4610: US Women’s History Since 1870 – Section 1 – Fall 2019

HIST 1700: American Civilization – Section 1 – Spring 2019

HIST 1700: American Civilization – Section 2 – Spring 2019

HIST 1700: American Civilization – Section 3 – Spring 2019

UGS 2237: Global Citizenship: Art and Social Justice – Spring 2019

HIST 1700: American Civilization – Section 1 – Fall 2018

HIST 1700: American Civilization – Section 2 – Fall 2018

UGS 2237: Global Citizenship: Art and Social Justice – Fall 2018

My first semester teaching American Studies on base at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard through Honolulu Community College, 2017

Lecturer in American Studies

University of Hawai‘i, Honolulu Community College

AMST 202: American Experience: Culture and the Arts – Section 1 – Spring 2018

AMST 202: American Experience: Culture and the Arts – Section 2 – Spring 2018

AMST 202: American Experience: Culture and the Arts – Section 3 – Spring 2018

AMST 202: American Experience: Culture and the Arts – Spring 2017

Lecturer in Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies

Southern New Hampshire University

IDS 401: Global Society – Spring 2018

IDS 401: Global Society – Winter 2018

Lecturer in Architecture

University of Hawai‘i, Mānoa, School of Architecture

Global Track Doctoral Program with Tongji University in Shanghai, China

ARCH 699: Readings in American Cultural Studies – Fall 2017

ARCH 699: Readings in American Cultural Studies – Fall 2016

One page in the final class project for UD 690 Urban Design Capstone Dr. Lovell taught at Ball State University in 2016.

Lecturer in Urban Planning

Ball State University

Master of Urban Design Program, College of Architecture and Planning

UD 690: Urban Design Capstone MA Thesis-Writing Course – Summer 2016

One student mind map created as part of an assignment in my American Studies class “Blood, Bones, & Brains” taught at Purdue University, 2015

Lecturer in American Studies

Purdue University

AMST 201: Blood, Bones, and Brains: History of American Bodies in the Twentieth Century – Spring 2015

AMST 201: Youth Conformity and Rebellion in United States History – Summer 2015


Teaching Assistant Positions:

Spring 2016 – HIST 371: Society, Culture, and Rock and Roll, Dr. Michael Morrison (80 students)

Mar. 25, 2016 – Guest Lecture Title: “Gender, Sexuality, and Rock and Roll in the 1970s”

Fall 2015 – HIST 152: US History Since 1877, Dr. Nancy Gabin (60 students)

Fall 2014 – HIST 304: America in the 1960s, Dr. Nancy Gabin (60 students)

Oct. 1, 2014 – Guest Lecture Title: “Peace vs. Power: The Symbolic Divide in the Counterculture”

Spring 2014 – HIST 375: Women in America Since 1877, Dr. Nancy Gabin (60 students)

Apr. 17, 2014 – Guest Lecture Title: “Feminist Consciousness Raising and Women’s Liberation”

Fall 2013 – HIST 151: US History to 1877, Dr. Dawn Marsh (50 students)

Oct. 17, 2013 – Guest Lecture Title: “Gender and Labor in the New Republic”

Spring 2013 – HIST 371: Society, Culture, and Rock and Roll, Dr. Michael Morrison (80 students)

Fall 2012 – HIST 152: US History Since 1877, Dr. Susan Curtis (82 students)

Nov. 1, 2012 – Guest Lecture Title: “Conformity and Rebellion in 1950s and Early 1960s America”

Spring 2011 – HIST 383: Recent American Constitutional History, Dr. Yvonne Pitts (48 students)

Fall 2010 – HIST 152: US History Since 1877, Dr. Susan Curtis (90 students)


Participant in the University of Hawai’i’s 2017 (shown) & 2018 Center for Teaching Excellence Summer Institute

Curricular Positions and Certifications:

University of Hawai’i, Mānoa – Center for Teaching Excellence Summer Institute Certificate – June 5-7, 2018: http://www.cte.hawaii.edu/SummerInstitute2018.html

Southern New Hampshire University, Center for Online Education, Intensive Online Training Course – July 24-Aug 13, 2017

University of Hawai’i, Mānoa – Center for Teaching Excellence Summer Institute Certificate – July 11-13, 2017: http://www.cte.hawaii.edu/SummerInstitute2017.html

Harrison College, Lafayette, IN, Educational Assistant to the Dean – Jan 2011-Jan 2012

Grant writer, curriculum program designer for undergraduate programs in Business Management and Fireground Operations, and coordinator of faculty professional development workshops

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