Department of History & Philosophy
1871 Old Main Dr.
Shippensburg, PA 17257
As a member of the Shippensburg
University History Department, I have been involved in
a wide variety of service activities. I am particularly interested
in student outreach and serve as advisor to the History Club as
well as departmental representative to the College of Arts and Sciences
advisory committees on internships and undergraduate research. I
am also a member of the Graduate Committee, which oversees
the Master's program in Applied History. Each semester I oversee
a number of undergraduate and graduate internships and regularly
participate in the Undergraduate Student Research Program.
|"Paving the Way to
Graduate School: Structuring your Education to Further Your
Academic Goals Beyond
College," Applying to Graduate School in the Social
Sciences Workshop, Sponsored by the Honors Program and the
Career Development Center, April 19, 2008.
Between an Idiot and a Madman: Anti-Environmentalism and
the Global Warming Debate in Appalachia, Focus the
Nation Teach-In, Shippensburg University, January 31, 2008.
|From Mining Camp to Golden Triangle:
Oral History as Local History in Western Pennsylvania. Guest
Lecture, History 419: Advanced Topics in Public History, Shippensburg
University, March 2007.