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Robert Malcomson (Social Science Secondary Education, '09) who teaches at Logan County High School, Logan, KY, was named "Teacher of the Month" by the Logan County School District in February 2011.
Sara Loete (Social Science Secondary Education, ‘11) was hired by William Henry Harrison High School in Evansville, IN to teach U.S. History, Sociology and Psychology.
The summer internship of USI history major Celeste Mandley at the Robinson-Stewart House in Carmi, Illinios, was featured in the "White County Historian" for July 2011.
Kyle M. Coates (Social Science Secondary Education Major '12), was one of the students selected to participate in the Institute for Human Studies Summer Seminar on "Morality, Capitalism and Freedom" held at Wake Forest University in July 2011. He received a full scholarship for tuition, housing, meals and books. He has been invited back to participate in an advanced seminar to be held in spring 2012.
Paul (“Joe”) Ramsey ('95, History and German) is an assistant professor in the Social Foundations of Education Department at Eastern Michigan University. He completed his Master’s degree and PhD in the history of education at Indiana University. In 2006, he received a Spencer Foundation Dissertation Fellowship and, in 2007, won the History of Education Society’s Henry Barnard Prize. His book,Bilingual Public Schooling in the United States: A History of America’s “Polyglot Boardinghouse” was published in 2010 by Palgrave-Macmillan.