PLHC JOB OPENINGS SUMMER 2016 The Public Lands History Center has the following open positions for the summer of 2016. Current CSU graduate students, including incoming first-year students, as well as graduates of CSU’s MA History program are eligible to apply. If you applied for job openings in the past, please resubmit your updated materials […]
Source, CSU’s online news, just released a feature article on the PLHC’s project “Confinement in the Land of Enchantment: Japanese Americans in New Mexico during WWII.” The PLHC team, which includes Dr. Sarah Payne and M.A. alums Tessa Moening and Kellie Nicholas, have been hard at work over the past year on this exciting and […]
March 6, 2015 — MSU News Service BOZEMAN – Elegant conservation will be the theme of this year’s Wallace Stegner Lecture, to be given Wednesday, March 25, at Montana State University’s Museum of the Rockies. Mark Fiege, a history professor at Colorado State University and currently the Wallace Stegner Visiting Professor at MSU, will speak […]
The Colorado State University Alumni Association has recognized Dr. Mark Fiege with a 2015 Best Teacher Award. The teachers are nominated by students and alumni and are selected by a committee comprised of faculty, students, and members of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. Nominated teachers/professors must be current Colorado State University faculty/staff members. Selections […]
Kim Bauer loves bicycles and she loves historic preservation. A recent graduate of the public history MA program in the Department of History at CSU, Kim has found a way to combine these two loves in her new blog Peddling Preservation. She explores the city of Denver by bicycle to find the hidden jewels that are […]
Why should we move mindfully through places and think about their histories? Dr. Sarah Payne shares her inspiring thoughts in this video from Colorado State University’s 2014 TEDx event.
The Public Lands History Center is one of 21 awardees in 2014 who received funding from the National Park Service to help preserve and interpret the World War II confinement sites of Japanese Americans. Dr. Sarah Payne will lead the PLHC project, “Confinement in the Land of Enchantment,” that will produce historic markers, a publication, […]
Posted by Dr. Adrian Howkins Early in the morning of Friday April 18, Doug Sheflin and I drove from our homes in Boulder and Longmont to Scotts Bluff National Monument to conduct preliminary research for the environment history portion of our project. On the two-and-half hour journey we discussed the project, and thought a little […]
The PLHC was a recipient of the CESU Network 2012 National Award for contributions to natural resource stewardship. For more information, see http://www.news.colostate.edu/Release/6305.