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Title: Adjunct Professor of History and Government
Office: Zimmerman 208E
B.S. in Government and History from Evangel University
M.A. in History from Missouri State University
SSCI 100 University Seminar: Social Science Majors
GOVT 202 State and Local Government
HIST 112 American History since 1865
Degree Completion Courses
SSCA 296 Social Sciences Seminar
GOVA 202 State and Local Government
GEOG 211 World Regional Geography
“Climate Change and the Kyoto Treaty” in Challenges to Globalization, 1965 to Present, vol. 4 of America in World History (M. E. Sharpe Incorporated, 2009), 93-95.
Started Work: 2002
Favorite Thing About Work:
I was a double major in Government and History at Evangel, so I feel like I have taken most of the classes offered by the Social Science Department myself. Evangel is my extended family the people I work with were my professors and they really care about me and my family.
Was an Evangel Student: 2002-2005
Favorite Memory as a Student:
The best part about Evangel is that the professors take the time to make the experience truly the best that is out there. From the Back to the Books Bash at Dr. Sanders’ house, to bonfires out at Dr. Hall's ranch, to monthly department chapels, there is always something going on.
Originally From: St. Francis, KS
My husband Michael and I have a five year old daughter Elana. She is the light of our world and keeps us smiling and laughing non-stop.
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