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Dr. Richard Hines

Program Director Associate Professor, Arts and Humanities

Education

Ph.D. in History
Washington State University
M.A. in History
Washington State University

Teaching Interests

US and World History

Positions Held

1995 - 2011
Washington State University
Developer and Instructor

Intellectual Contributions

Spanish American War and the Philippine War, 1898-1899

Richard K Hines
2010
Washington State University Press

First to Respond to Their Country's Call: The First Montana Infantry and the Spanish-American War and Philippine Insurrection, 1898-1899

Richard K Hines
October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 2002
Montana: The Magazine of Western History

External Contracts, Fellowships, Grants and Sponsored Research

National Register of Historic Places

Gladish Community Center
2000
Funded - Completed

History of Illinois National Guard

Dept. of Military Affairs, Illinois
1999 - 2000
Funded - Completed

Research Grant

National Guard Association
1998 - 1999
Funded - Completed

Presentations

Humanities at work: Unpacking the experiential learning of military members

Annual symposium
March 2018

Completing the Graduate Degree in History

APUS Graduate Studies
March 2014

“Tuning the Curriculum” Panel Discussion.

“Tuning the Curriculum” Panel Discussion. American Historical Society Annual Conference
January 2014

“Tuning the Curriculum” Panel Discussion

American Historical Society Annual Conference
January 2013

Last Lecture Series: Achieving your Childhood Dreams

Last Lecture Series
2009

“The First to Respond to their Country’s Call:” The First Montana Volunteer Infantry and the Spanish-American War and Philippine Insurrection,”

Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference
May 1999

“The Impact of Civil War and Related Labor Shortages on the First American Agricultural Revolution in Illinois,”

Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference
May 1997

“Historiography: Dependency Theory and the Western Woods Cree,”

Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference
1994

“Wellington Duncan Rankin, Millionaire, Rancher, Lawyer and Politician,”

Honor's thesis presentation, Carroll College
1993

“Wellington Duncan Rankin: The Man Behind the Myth,”

Montana History Conference
1993

“Wellington Duncan Rankin: Millionaire, Rancher, Lawyer and Politician,”

Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference
1993

Media Contributions

The History of Armed Forces Day : Why are we Celebrating

In Military Education
May 2015
Internet

Careers for the History Major: Public Historian

Careers for the History Major: Public Historian
2012
Social Media - Blog

Do History Programs Lose Their Identity by Broadening the Focus?

Do History Programs Lose Their Identity by Broadening the Focus?
2012
Social Media - Blog

Certifications and Licensure

August 30, 2017
CITI - Basic/Refresher Course - Human Subjects Research
Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI)

Awards & Honors

June 2017
Outstanding Leadership
APUS
Saber and Scroll Historical Society
2011
African-American Student's Association, Best Professor
African-American Student's Association, Washington State University
2009
Best of Pullman 2009, Student's Choice Award, Best Professor
Washington State University
2007
Best of Pullman 2007, Student's Choice Award, Favorite Professor
Washington State University
2005
Top Five Professor's Award
Washington State University
1996
Graduate School Summer Research Assistantship
Washington State University
1996
Travel Award
Department of History, Washington State University
1994
Graduate Student Travel Award
Washington State University
1993
Cum Laude
Carroll College, Helena, Montana
1992
Phi Alpha Theta
Carroll College, Helena Montana
National Honor Society President, Omega Eta Chapter, 1992-1993 President, Gamma Psi Chapter, 1994-1996
1990
Helen Davis Academic Scholarship
Carroll College, Helena, Montana
Academic Scholarship