Service and Invited Lectures

Red Cross volunteers make influenza masks, 1918
Red Cross volunteers make influenza masks, 1918 From the Library of Congress American Memory web project

 

The following is a list of my academic and community service as well as lectures I have given.


  • Presentation, "A Cultural History of Grass," for the "Growing a Community" presentation series, The Rincon Institute, May 2005
  • Presentation, Conserving Arizona's Future, Rincon Rotary and Kiwanis de Amigos, Spring, 2005
  • Lecture, "Cow Talk: Ecology, Culture, and Power," Arizona Senior Academy, March, 2005
  • Key Note Speaker, Bradley Breakfast, Montana Historical Society Annual Conference, Whitefish, Montana, October 2004
  • Invited Speaker, Smith Scholars in Social Studies Education, “Her-Story:  Gender Issues in the 6-12 Classroom,” College of Education, University of Arizona, February, 2004
  • Graduate Student Representative, Latin American/Gender Professor Search Committee, Department of History, University of Arizona, 2003-present
  • Committee Member, Amphitheater School District Textbook Adoption Committee K-8, 2003-present
  • National History Day Judge, State of Arizona, 2003-present
  • Mentor, History Graduate Association Mentor Program, University of Arizona, 2000-present
  • Volunteer Naturalist (K-6 Environmental Education Specialist), United States Forest Service, Sabino Canyon, Tucson, 2002-present
  • Certified Leader, Tucson Sierra Club’s Inner City Outings, (group for which I have been group leader -- Tohono O’Odham Girl Scout Troop), 2000-2004
  • Community Service Coordinator, History Graduate Association, University of Arizona, 2002-2003
  • President, History Graduate Association, University of Arizona, 2001-02
  • Vice President, History Graduate Association, University of Arizona, 2000-01
  • Invited Speaker, Panel on Feminist Pedagogy, Women’s Studies Department, University of Arizona, 2002
  • Invited Speaker, University Teaching Center, Graduate Assistant in Teaching Training, University of Arizona, 2001
  • Community Service Coordinator, Phi Alpha Theta, University of Arizona Chapter, 2000-01
  • Volunteer Coordinator, Department of History Undergraduate Mentor Program, 2001
  • Invited Speaker, Department of History New Graduate Student Orientation, University of Arizona, 2001-present
  • Invited Speaker, Department of History Graduate Assistant in Teaching Orientation, University of Arizona, 2000 and 2002
  • Secretary, Phi Alpha Theta, University of Arizona Chapter, 1999-2000