Laura Dull, Professor
B.A.- Central Michigan University, Master’s in Theological Studies-Weston Jesuit School of Theology, M.A. and Ph.D. in Medieval History-University of Notre Dame
Courses Taught: HIS 111 and 112 (Early and Later Western Civilization), HIS 240 (Renaissances and Reformations in Early Modern Europe)
Historical Areas of Interest: Late Medieval Europe, Gender History, Religious History, Comparative History
Pedagogical Styles: Informal lecture with ongoing question and answer, small and large group discussions, hands-on learning projects
Amy French, Assistant Professor
Women Who Dared: http://womenwhodared.omeka.net
Clip from documentary--Settling In: Immigrants and Cultures that Built Mid-Michigan: https://youtu.be/VNSctTsD6L0
A.A.-Delta College, B.A.-University of Michigan, M.A.-Central Michigan University, Ph.D.-Wayne State University
Courses Taught: HIS 221 and 222 (Early and Recent American History), HIS 215 (Recent African-American History), HIS 225 (History of Women and Gender), HIS 237 (History of Michigan)
Historical Areas of Interest: Labor History, Gender History, Gilded Age and Progressive Era in the United States, and the long Civil Rights Era
Pedagogical Styles: Conversational lecture style with a great deal of student engagement and interaction, small and large group discussions, in-class activities
Sarah Wiley, Associate Professor
Web Site: http://www3.delta.edu/sewiley/
B.A.-University of Alabama, M.A.-University of Montana
Courses Taught: HIS 111 (Early Western Civilization), HIS 221 and 222 (Early and Recent American History),
Patrick Kirkwood, Adjunct Faculty
||Education: B.A.—University of Strathclyde (in Glasgow, Scotland, UK), M.A.—(Joint) Central Michigan University/University of Strathclyde.
Courses Taught: HST 112 Later Western Civilization.
Historical Areas of Interest: Imperialism, Gilded Age and Progressive Era United States, Late Victorian and Edwardian Britain, Early Twentieth Century Political and Racial Thought, and Diplomatic History.
Pedagogical Styles: Mixture of traditional lecture, small and large group discussions, and structured in-class debates.
Terry Miller, Adjunct Faculty
A.A. Delta College, B.S. Central Michigan University, M.A. Central Michigan University, M.A.T. Saginaw Valley State University Courses Taught: HIS 111 and 112 Early and Later Western Civilization;and HIS 222 Recent American History Historical Areas of Interest: Big History; Environmental History; and Greco-Roman History Pedagogical Styles: Traditional lecture supplemented with multimedia, learning modules, and ongoing question/answer/discussion
James Rodriguez, Adjunct Instructor
Christina Szilagyi, Adjunct Instructor
Matthew Thick, Adjunct Instructor
A.A. Mott Community College, B.A. University of Michigan--Flint, M.A. Wayne State University Courses Taught: HIS 237 (Michigan History) and 112 Later Western Civilization; Historical Areas of Interest: American Indian, Great Lakes Region/Michigan, Modern World Pedagogical Styles: Mixture of traditional lecture with question/answer at times, small and large group discussion, group analysis of primary documents