One of the fundamental aspects of my job as a historian is the transmission of my scholarship to my students and the general public. For each person and each student I encounter I seek to encourage a love of history that provides a solid foundation for making informed decision and critical thinking.

University of St. Thomas (Saint Paul, MN)

United States in Global Perspective Beginnings to 1865 (HIST 113)

United States in Global Perspective from 1865 to the Present (HIST 114) Fall 2019; Spring 2020; Summer 2020 Adjunct Faculty


Metropolitan State University (Saint Paul, MN)

Beginnings of American Society (HIST 312) Fall 2020 Community Faculty

American Indian History (HIST 310) Spring 2020 Community Faculty

History of the Environmental Movement since 1900 (HIST 333) Fall 2019 Community Faculty

The American Presidents (HIST 313) Spring 2019 Community Faculty

American Empire: U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1898 (HIST 337) Fall 2018 Community Faculty


University of Minnesota, Morris (Morris, MN)

History of the American West (HIST 2451) Spring 2018 Teaching Post-Doc Fellow

Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAIS 1101) Fall 2017 Teaching Post-Doc Fellow


Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI)

Native Americans in North America since 1830 (HST 379) Spring 2016, Spring 2015 Class Instructor

United States History to 1876 [online course] (HST 202) Summer 2015, Summer 2014 Online Teaching Assistant

United States History to 1876 (HST 202) Fall 2014 Teaching Assistant

United States and the World 1898-2001 (IAH 201) Spring 2013, Fall 2012 Teaching Assistant

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