Dr. Juti Winchester is at it again! This time she is educating a local group interested in western history about Buffalo Bill Cody.
Diane Nash is coming to visit on March 27th. We encourage you to watch this short video in preparation for her visit! More information regarding this event will be posted as the event draws closer!
Charlotte Hinger, a former FHSU History Department student, uses her history skills to write murder mysteries. Hinger is hosting a presentation and signing for her award winning book, “Hidden Heritage,” at the Hays Public Library March 1st. We hope to see you there!
Also, If you would like to check out Charlotte Hinger’s website, click the following link! http://www.charlottehinger.com/
Greetings Education Majors!
If you have not already done so, please BOOKMARK the new Teacher Education Advising Website.
On this site, you can find useful information on:
Keep in mind that Summer & Fall 2014 Pre-enrollment is right around the corner. Be sure to contact your advisor soon for more information!
Have you ever dreamed of traveling to Japan? Perhaps you
thought it was too far, too difficult, too expensive… Now there is an
opportunity for you to visit Japan at slight expense and be a part of a unique,
The Kakehashi (Bridge for Tomorrow)
Project at the Center for East Asian
Studiesat the University of Kansas is going to take 23undergraduates to Japan from June 23 to July 3, 2014. The Project
will pay for most of your expenses during this ten-day study tour to Japan. All
majors in all schools are being sought, but you must be at least 18 years old
and not scheduled to graduate before December 2014 in order to
Prior to the study tour, all
participants are required to attend two orientation sessions in preparation for
the trip. These will be held from 9:00 AM to noon on Saturday, April
26th and May 10th in the Pine Room of the
Student Union at the University of Kansasin Lawrence. After returning from
Asia, each student is required to share his or her understanding of Japan with
students in a local elementary or secondary school. (Center staff will assist
participants in locating an appropriate classroom.) Such presentations can be
tailored to your individual interests.
take advantage of this opportunity, you must apply by March 21, 2014.
Applications are available online at http://www.ceas.ku.edu/kakehashi-bridge-tomorrow-project-application.
Early applications are encouraged. Finalists
will be interviewed during the week of March 31st and selectees will be
announced soon afterward. For more information, please see http://www.ceas.ku.edu/kakehashi-project-informationor email
Nancy Hope at email@example.com. We look forward to receiving your application!
This year the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum is offering a paid public history internship! This internship will focus on audiovisual materials relating to World War II.
Students majoring in history have been sent an email regarding the internship. Non history majors are encouraged to stop by the History Department in order to receive information about this opportunity.