Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Academic Divisions > College of Arts and Sciences > Department of History > Paul Nienkamp
Assistant Professor of HistoryPh.D., Iowa State University, 2008
Department of History
Fort Hays State UniversityRarick Hall 337
600 Park Street
Hays, KS 67601-4099(785) firstname.lastname@example.orgFields of StudyHistory of Technology, Science, and Education, focusing on the development of land grant schools in 19th Century America. Also work with the scholarship of teaching and learning and direct the early field experience, secondary social studies teaching methods, and student teaching experience.EducationPh.D., History, Iowa State University, 2008M.A., History, Iowa State University, 2004Teaching Certification, Creighton University, 2000M.S., Physics, Creighton University, 1999
B.S., Doan College, 1997Teaching ExperienceFort Hays State UniversityMichigan Technological University
Iowa State University
Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart
"Land-Grant Colleges and American Engineers: The Transition Period Between Technical Training and Professional Knowledge, 1890-1900." American Educational History Journal. 37 no 2 (2010), 313-330
"Seaman Knapp", "Adonijah Welch", and "Mary Welch." The Biographical Dictionary of Iowa, Edited by David Hudson, Marvin Bergman, and Loren Horton. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press (2008).
"Omaha, Nebraska." Encyclopedia of Immigration and Migration in the American West, Edited by Gordan M. Bakken and Alexandra Kindell. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. (2006).