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UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
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GRADUATE STUDENTS
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FACULTY MEMBER
Submitted: 05-24-2006     Name:Karen BlairHometown: Department: History
News:Karen has published her seventh book. Titled "Joining In: Exploring the History of Voluntary Organizations in America," it is part of the "Nearby History Series," founded at the American Association for State and Local History and produced by Krieger Publishers, of Melbourne, Fla. It allows researchers to investigate societies they belong to or those their ancestors joined. Ellensburg and Kittitas County history are also featured in Blair's new work, through photos taken by John Holmgrin, a CWU art graduate. They include service clubs' signage at the I-90 exchange, the Friday Morning Club clock in downtown Ellensburg, Roslyn cemetery, IOOF halls in Ellensburg and Cle Elum, and the bull sculpture in Ellensburg's Rotary Pavilion.
Submitted: 05-23-2006     Name:Karen BlairHometown: Department: History
News:Karen Blair was awarded the Distinguished Chair Award for 2005-06 . The announcement of this award was made at the College of Arts and Humanities Achievement Awards Banquet in the New SUB/REC Ballroom on May 16, 2006.
Submitted: 05-23-2006     Name:Stephen MooreHometown: Department: History
News:Stephen Moore was awarded the 2005-06 Outstanding Faculty Research Award for his work on Canadian-American relations. The announcement of this award was made at the College of Arts and Humanities Achievement Awards Banquet in the New SUB/REC Ballroom on May 16, 2006.
Submitted: 05-23-2006     Name:Jason KnirckHometown: Department: History
News:Jason Knirck was awarded the 2005-06 Summer Scholarship/Creativity Grant Award for his work on Irish History. The announcement of this award was made at the College of Arts and Humanities Achievement Awards Banquet in the New SUB/REC Ballroom on May 16, 2006.
Submitted: 05-23-2006     Name:Roxanne EasleyHometown: Department: History
News:Roxanne Easley was awarded the Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award for 2005-06. The announcement of this award was made at the College of Arts and Humanities Achievement Awards Banquet in the New SUB/REC Ballroom on May 16, 2006.
Submitted: 05-23-2006     Name:Ken MunsellHometown: Department: History
News:Ken Munsell received the Outstanding Non-tenure Track Faculty Teaching Award for 2005-06. The announcement of this award was made at the College of Arts and Humanities Achievement Awards Banquet in the New SUB/REC Ballroom on May 16, 2006.
Submitted: 05-16-2006     Name:Jason KnirckHometown: Department: History
News:Jason Knirck's project, "Enemies Within and Without: Cumann na nGaedheal under Siege, 1922-1935," has been funded by the Faculty Development and Research Committee.
Submitted: 05-11-2006     Name:Karen BlairHometown: Department: History
News:Karen Blair, History Department Chair, has just published a guide to researching the history of American societies. Joining In: Exploring the History of Voluntary Organizations is part of the Nearby History Series founded by the American Association of State and Local History and was published by Krieger Publishing Company in Malabar, Florida.
Submitted: 04-13-2006     Name:Stephen MooreHometown: Department: History
News:Professor Stephen Moore has just published an article, “Refugees from Volstead: Cross-boundary Tourism in the Northwest during Prohibition,” for THE BORDERLANDS OF THE AMERICAN AND CANADIAN WESTS: ESSAYS ON REGIONAL HISTORY OF THE FORTY-NINTH PARALLEL, edited by Sterling Evans University of Nebraska Press, 2006.
Submitted: 04-06-2006     Name:Michael ErvinHometown: Department: History
News:Dr. Michael Ervin has been invited to participate in a conference entitled "We Shall Be All: Toward a Global History of the Middle Class," to be held at the University of Maryland, College Park, from April 27-29. The conference will include an international group of scholars from Berlin, Glasgow, Liecester, and Ontario, as well as from assorted U.S. institutions such as Grinnell College, Binghamton University, Harvard University, the University of Missouri (Columbia), Northern Arizona University, SUNY-Stony Brook, and the University of Virginia. Dr. Ervin's paper, "Being an Agronomist in Revolutionary Mexico: The Rise and Fall of the National Agronomic Society," is part of a book-length manuscript entitled "The Art of the Possible: Agronomists and the Middle Politics of the Mexican Revolution, 1908-40," which he is planning to complete by the end of spring quarter.
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STAFF MEMBER
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ALUMNI
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