Teaching

Faculty Positions:

Assistant Professor of History

University of Utah, Asia Campus

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

 

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

 

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

 

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)

 


 

 

Curricular Positions and Certifications:

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

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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