- Monday: 11:00am–12:00pm
- Tuesday and Thursday: 12:00–1:00pm
- Wednesday 11:00am-1:00pm
Courses I Teach
- HIS 152 US History Since 1877 (face-to-face and online)
- SOC 135 Death and Dying (face-to-face and online)
- Urban Studies (online)
- Syllabi and course materials available elsewhere
Courses I Have Taught in the Past (at Hawkeye)
- GEO 115 Human Geography
- HIS 155 American Civilization
- SOC 110 Intro to Sociology
- SOC 120 Marriage and Family
I am the contact person for the History Liberal Arts AA degree emphasis and the Pre-Mortuary Science Liberal Arts AA degree emphasis.
Richfield High School, Richfield MN. A southern residential suburb of Minneapolis.
Augsburg College, Minneapolis. B.A. History major. Minors in French and English.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Master's of Arts in History with concentrations in Urban Studies, Geography and Sociology.
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Ph.D. in Urban Studies. (Urban history, sociology, geography and political science in one package) My dissertation was on Downtown Redevelopment in Minneapolis and Milwaukee.
Certificate in Thanatology: Death Education and Counseling. Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC)
I taught at Indian Hills Community College for three years. Before that, I was an adjunct at various colleges in Milwaukee.
I have been teaching social science courses at Hawkeye since Fall 1994.
I have served as a chair of the social sciences department, the Curriculum Coordinating Committee, the Transfer Degree Committee, the Academic Council, and the Arts & Science Coordinating Committee.
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