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PhD University of North Texas, 1993American History – Diplomatic History, Local History, Oral History, Borderlands, Teacher EducationMA Pittsburg State University, 1986HistoryBSED Pittsburg State UniversityPolitical Science with Collateral Areas in American and World History
Modern America, 1912-1941 Modern America, 1941-1968 Modern America Since 1968US As A Superpower Supervised Student TeachingTechniques for Teaching Middle and Secondary Social Studies
Research InterestsThe Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL), including incorporating technology, has been a focus of my research most of my career. Currently she is doing more work on the Common Core [http://www.corestandards.org/]. Dr. Woestman is also a student of the U.S. Presidency having written her dissertation on Harry S Truman and the creation of the post-presidency.
Service InterestsThe Archivist of the United States appointed Dr. Woestman to serve on the Advisory Committee for the Electronic Records Archives of the National Archives and Records Administration [http://www.archives.gov/era/acera/]. Dr. Woestman was elected to several offices in the international organization, H-Net Humanities and Social Sciences Online [http://www.h-net.org] and has been active in other regional and national historical and educational organizations.
University Professor of History/Assistant Chair
Dept. of History, Philosophy, and Social Sciences406C Russ HallPittsburg State University1701 S. BroadwayPittsburg, KS 66762U.S.A620-235-4316 office phone620-235-4511 firstname.lastname@example.org