Karen Blair grew up on Long Island, NY. She attended Mt. Holyoke College in Massachusetts for her B.A. and SUNY/Buffalo for her M. A. and Ph.D. in History. She has taught at CWU since 1987, balancing teaching with travel and research to explore the history of Pacific Northwest women and the history of women's voluntary associations in America. She devotes her spare time to playing classical piano, including ensemble performance with chamber musicians.
Phone: (509) 963-1655
Some interesting facts about Central Washington University compiled by Karen Blair:
History of Women's Clubs presented March 29, 2007 at the Washington State History Museum
The CWU College of Arts and Humanities and the Iron Horse Brewery present the next in the Wicked SmaCAH Third Thursday Thinks Series Continues At The Iron Horse Brewery - July 21, 2016
The CWU College of Arts and Humanities and the Iron Horse Brewery present the next in the Wicked SmaHISTORY STUDENT WINS 2016 GAUDINO AWARD AT CWU SOURCE CONFERENCE
CWU History student Patience Collier was co-recipient of the James and Katie Gaudino Award at the So