MATH 0303: Algebra Review
MATH 1310: College Algebra
MATH 1321: Precalculus
MATH 2422: Calculus I
MATH 3330/2330: Applied Statistics
- BA, English with Creative Writing Specialization, Southern Methodist University, 1993
- MS, Statistics, Stephen F. Austin State University, 2006
- Texas Teacher Certificate, Lifetime (issued 1993)
- Provisional Secondary English (Grades 06-12)
- Provisional Secondary Mathematics (Grades 06-12)
- Ph.D., History, University of Delaware, May 2017
Dissertation: A History of Race and Public Education in Louisville, Kentucky, 1840-1956
Advisor: Raymond Wolters
Committee: Robert Hampel, Jonathan Russ, Cathy Matson
- M.A., History, University of Delaware, May 2006
Stewart Research Fellow
- B.A., History, University of Louisville, May 2003
Summa Cum Laude, Honors Scholar
Instructor, Schreiner University, Department of History
- HIST 1301- United States through Civil War
- HIST 1302- United States since Civil War
- HIST 1351- World Civilizations from 1600
- HIST 2370- The Cold War
- HIST 3305- U.S. Constitutional History
- HIST 3307- The Civil War and Reconstruction
- IDST 1301- Freshmen Studies
Visiting Lecturer, Indiana University Southeast, Department of History
Fall 2011-Spring 2013
- HIST-A313: Origins of Modern America, 1865-1917
- HIST-A381: Civil Rights Era in the United States
- HIST-H105: American History I
- HIST-H106: American History II
Adjunct Instructor, University of Louisville, Department of History
- HIST 101: History of Civilizations I
Adjunct Instructor, University of Delaware, Department of History
Summer 2007-Spring 2008
- HIST 205: United States History to 1865
- HIST 206: United States History 1865-Present
ADDITIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE
English Teaching Assistant, Fulbright U.S. Student Program July 2003-August 2004
Placement: South Korea, Pohang Girls’ High School
Courses Taught: Conversational English American Culture
WORKS UNDER REVIEW AND IN PROGRESS
Manuscripts under Review:
“From Private to Public: Louisville’s African-American Community Schools, 1840-1870.”
Manuscript under review at The Journal of Southern History.
“Massive Acceptance or Massive Accommodation? The 1956 Desegregation of Louisville Public Schools.”
Manuscript under review at History of Education Quarterly
Manuscripts in Progress:
“How the School Reform Movement Derailed Louisville’s African-American Public Schools, 1910-1930.”
Research in Progress:
“Early African-American Education in the Gateway Cities of Louisville and Saint Louis.”
Co-authored with Jessica Pursell.
“The ‘Successful’ School Desegregations at Arlington and Louisville.”
Co-authored with Tiffany Mitchell.
Coordinator, Global Scholars Living & Learning Community, Schreiner University
Responsible for recruiting new students, advising students, coordinating community
activities, teaching courses for community, planning and executing six campus-wide
events per school year, and leading three week trip to South Korea each summer.
Reader for American History Advanced Placement Exam, Educational Testing Service
Responsible for grading essay section of the AP US History exam.
Assistant to the Director of National & International Scholarships, University of Louisville
Responsible for managing all daily operations for university’s applicants for the Rhodes,
Truman, Fulbright, Boren, and other prestigious scholarships.
Evaluator, Undergraduate Seminar Papers, Colgate University
Responsible for evaluating all undergraduate seminar papers for Colgate University’s
History Department as part of their institutional and department assessment.
AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
- John Jones Advisor of the Year, Schreiner University, 2016
- E. Lyman Stewart Research Fellowship, University of Delaware, 2007-2008
- University of Delaware Excellence in Teaching Nominee, 2007
- Summer Research Fellow at Delaware Public Archives, 2006
- Geis Research on Women Conference Graduate Student Paper Award, 2006
- E. Lyman Stewart Research Fellowship, 2004-2005
- Fulbright Student Scholar, English Teaching Assistantship to South Korea, 2003-2004
- Summa Cum Laude & Honors Scholar Graduate, University of Louisville, 2003
- English-Speaking Union Scholar to University of Cambridge, 2002
- Etscorn Honors Full Tuition Scholarship, 2001-2003
- University of Louisville Student Ambassador to Syracuse, Sicily, 2001
- Overseers Scholar Development Program (OSDP) Scholar, 2000-2003
“From Private to Public: Louisville’s African-American Schools Before and After the Civil War, 1841-1872” Presented at the annual meeting of the History of Education Society, Providence, RI, 2016.
“Could You Survive the Cold War?”
Presented as part of the “Last Lecture” Series, Schreiner University, Kerrville, Texas, 2015.
“Did You Know Louisville Schools Desegregated in 1956? Race and Education in Louisville, 1870-1960”
Presented to the History Department, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana, 2012.
“Massive Acceptance or Massive Accommodation? The 1956 Desegregation of Louisville Public Schools”
Presented at the annual meeting of the History of Education Society, Philadelphia, PA, 2009.
“Women in Rural Industry in 19th Century Pennsylvania”
Presented as part of the Women’s Studies Lecture Series, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2007.
“Working Women in Chester County: Negotiating the World of Work, 1815-1855”
Presented at the Geis Research on Women Conference, Newark, DE, 2006.
SERVICE ACTIVITIES (Schreiner University)
- Chair, Enrollment Strategies and Student Success Committee Recruitment Team, 2014-present
- Faculty Affairs Committee, 2017-Present
- Member of Student Travel Committee, 2013-Present
- Faculty Sponsor, Black Student Union, 2016-Present
- Fulbright Program Advisor, 2014-Present
- Member of Changing Global Society Search Committee, 2014 & 2017
History of Education Society
Southern Historical Association
National Association of Fellowship Advisors
Filson Historical Society