The NDSU Distance and Continuing Education department offers students the ability to incorporate online classes into their current degree program.NDSU campus students, or students for another college, can choose to take online classes through NDSU Distance and Continuing Education.Clark has published three chapters of her dissertation, "Germans from Russia on the Northern Plains." Her first solo publication appeared in the Historian (Winter 2010), "'Work Makes Life Sweet': Germans from Russia Remember Their Childhood." Then, in July 2011 the Journal of Family History published "'More than a Photo': Germans from Russia Remember Their Familial Relationships." The Journal of History of Childhood and Youth published "Treasured Memories: Growing up German-Russian on the Northern Plains" (Spring 2012).
Distance learning degrees are also available to new students looking to complete a degree completely online.
NDSU Distance and Continuing Education offers over 30 online undergraduate degrees, online master's degrees, and online graduate certificate programs.
Clark has a BA in History: Teaching Broad Area from Central Washington University (CWU), a MA in History from North Dakota State University (NDSU), and a Ph D from NDSU.
Before coming to WWCC, she was Adjunct Faculty (of History) in the Social Science Division at North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) and an Instructor for the Department of Distance Education (of history and education) at NDSU.
In addition the Department of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies at NDSU awarded her the Morrill Prize in 2011.
Most recently Clark has become interested in Wyoming history. Neels, Ph D Visiting Assistant Professor of History and Political Science Office: 1226 Phone: 307-382-1771 E-Mail: [email protected] D, History, Southern Illinois University, 2015 MA, History, University of Missouri-St. History with an emphasis on the era of the Civil War, and Reconstruction.
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Jessica Clark, Ph D Chair, Social Science & Education Division Associate Professor of History Office: 1222 Phone: 307-382-1864 E-Mail: [email protected] D, History, North Dakota State University, 2010 MA, History, North Dakota State University, 2004 BA, History, Broad Area-Secondary Education, Central Washington University, 2002 "People will always be shaped by their origins." -- Alexis de Tocqueville Syllabi: HIST 1251 | HIST 1320 | HIST 2059 | HIST 2470 | HIST 2470 (HS) Dr.
Area of study at the undergraduate level include human development and family science, child and adolescent development, agricultural communication, journalism, health communication, sociology, psychology and university studies; at the graduate level, construction management, educational leadership, speech communication, health, nutrition, mass communication, software engineering, human development, merchandising, dietetics, and transportation.
The doctoral program in communication at North Dakota State University is unique.