My teaching responsibilities at the University of Nebraska at Kearney include undergraduate and graduate courses both on campus and online. During the 2014-2015 academic year, I taught online graduate readings seminars on the American West, American Indians, the rise of urban American, and the Populist movement. I also taught an on-campus introduction to digital history for both undergraduate and graduate students, an online introduction to digital history for graduate students, a senior seminar in digital history, Nebraska and the Great Plains history, and US history since 1865. During the 2015-2016 academic year I will teach America Interpreted (American historiography), digital history, and Progressive Era courses.
I previously taught both sections of the US history survey at Texas Christian University and Missouri Southern State University. I earned a certificate in pedagogy from the Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence at TCU and completed the TCU History Department’s Teaching History as a Profession course. I earned a certificate in online teaching from the Koehler Center and completed UNK’s training program for online teaching in the summer of 2014.
The featured image on this page is a photo of Copeland Hall at UNK.