Office: Jindra 140
Office Phone: (402) 872-2279
14 Fall Course Offerings:
Coll 101 (section 000B / History & Language Arts) -
Introduction to Collegiate Education
Hist 113 (section 000A) - American History before 1865
Psci 201 (section 000A) - American National Government
Psci 201 (section 049X-online-first 8 weeks session ) - American National Government
Psci 202 (section 000A) - State and Local Government
15 Spring Course Offerings:
2015 History Day Information
Junior Division - Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Senior Division - Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Phi Alpha Theta trip to Washington D.C. for Presidential Inauguration in 2013
Panel of PSC Alums at College 101 class discussion careers in Social Science and Language Arts
Dr. Crook joined PSC as an adjunct faculty in 1984 and as a full time faculty member in 1993. She serves as a Social Science advisor. Dr. Crook is also the co-faculty advisor for Phi Alpha Theta and the Nebraska Humanities Council's "Notable Nebraskan" speaker as Barbara Kagey Mayhew Bradway.
Ph.D. Political Science. 1992. University of Nebraska.
M.A. Political Science. 1983. University of Nebraska.
B.S. Social Science Education. 1976. University of Nebraska.
United States Congress and Nebraska Politics.
Nebraska State Historical Society
Nebraska Hall of Fame Commission
Nebraska's State Plan Commission for implementation of "Help America Vote Act" - 2004 - present
Associate Fellow of the Center for Great Plains Studies
Board of Directors for Missouri River Basin Lewis and Clark Visitor's Center
Selected Professional Activities:
PEO Scholar Award, 1991
Delta Kappa Gamma Rho State Scholar, 1992
Quiz Bowl Director, 1992-1994
District History Day Director - 1985-present
Past President, Board of Trustees, Nebraska State Historical Society 2001-2002
Past Chair of Humanities Nebraska for 2012-2013
Co-Director, Trail and Tales Graduate Institute and Tour ($59,450 grants)
Interim Humanities Division Chair, 1998-2000
Nebraska State College System Rebensdorf Teacher Excellence Award Winner 2002
George and Lillian Schottenhamel Honors Chair in Humanities 2002-2004