Since the university is moving to work from home until further notice, I will strive to support everyone to make this a success. Below you will find requirements, recommendations of what you can be working on, and links to information about software you will be having questions on over the next few weeks. IF … Continue reading WebEx and Canvas tools and user guides.
Aiden Daly is a first-semester MA student Tell us about yourself. Where are you from? How did you get here? I grew up in southern New York and then got my undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. I was interested in doing research on railroads and interregional connections and … Continue reading MA Mondays presents – Aiden Daly
Dwain Coleman graduated from ISU’s MA program in 2016 and is pursuing a PhD in History at the University of Iowa. Tell us about yourself. Where are you from? How did you end up at Iowa State? I am originally from Las Vegas, NV. I received my undergraduate degree from UNLV and was a history … Continue reading MA Mondays presents – Dwain Coleman
Edie Hunter is a full-time, university employee as well as an MA student. Tell us about yourself. Where are you from? How did you get here? I’m not really “from” anywhere – we moved many times when I was a kid, so I can say I’m a Hoosier by birth but lived in So Flo … Continue reading MA Mondays presents – Edie Hunter
Josiah Pollock is a second-semester MA student. Tell us about yourself. Where are you from? How did you get here? I am from the rainy western portion of Washington State, 45 minutes south of Seattle–if traffic did not exist. Since high school I wanted to study agricultural history and tailored my undergrad at the University … Continue reading MA Mondays presents – Josiah Pollock
The History of Iowa begins with the Sauk, Fox and Ioway, and concludes with the crises of the 1980s. In between, we see how prominent and ordinary Iowans have influenced the Hawkeye state and how white settlement transformed it. By examining political, economic and social history, we come to understand how its citizens struggled to … Continue reading The History of Iowa, HIST 370, Section W5