College of Humanities & Social Sciences
History Education; The Peace Corps and U. S. International Relations since 1945
The Memory Hole: The U.S. History Curriculum Under Siege. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Press, 2013.
“Teaching Revolution, Reform and Rebellion (and those who seek to prevent it),” chapter 11 in The Role of Agency and Memory in Historical Understanding, Gordon P. Andrews and Yosi D. Wandi, eds. (Cambridge Scholars Press: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK, 2017)
“The Jefferson County Showdown over the AP US History Test: A Second Chance for a Failed Dialogue,” AHA Perspectives, November 2016.
“Student Protest, Historical Thinking and Anti-Historians: Some context on the Jeffco APUSH Debate,” Social Education, October 2015, Volume 79, Number 5
“Is the Common Core a Threat to History Education?” with Thomas D. Fallace and Johann N. Neem, The American Historian, November 2015.
The Eugene Asher Distinguished Teaching Award for outstanding postsecondary history teaching, 2016 (American Historical Association’s highest annual award for teaching)
Sears-Helgoth Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Northern Colorado, 2015 (Award for universities top teacher, based on student evaluations, teaching philosophy ,reflective practice, assessments, student outcomes and innovative pedagogy)
University of Northern Colorado College of Humanities and Social Sciences Award for Outstanding Service, 2014