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ASHLEY I.

ARENSDORF
1705 Kathryn Street
New Cumberland, PA 17070, USA
Telephone: (717) 774-5594
Email: aiarensdorf@hotmail.com

CAREER OBJECTIVE

To become a professor of military and modern European history

EDUCATION

Master of Arts in History, December 1999


Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Millersville, PA, USA
Thesis – Analyzing the Dimensions of Devotion and Disaffection in Georgia during the
American Civil War

Two Faces of Puritanism, July 1999


Selwyn College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom
Two Courses – Six Credits

Bachelor of Arts in History, December 1996


Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA
With High Distinction – Dean’s List

Foreign Exchange Student, Spring 1996


Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

ACADEMIC AWARDS

Golden Key National Honor Society, 1996


Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, 1995
Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, 1994

Related Courses
●American History, Discovery to Present ●European History, 1500 to Present
●Nineteenth Century American Reform ●The Reformation
●American Civil War and Reconstruction ●German Politics and Culture, 1870-
●Twentieth Century American Social 1945
Relations ●Europe at War, 1900-1950
●America and World War II ●A History of the Soviet Union
●American Involvement in Vietnam ●Modern Chinese History
●American Military History ●Nation Building in East and
●The American Political System Southeast Asia
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Research Skills
●Comprehensive search and examination of primary and secondary materials
●Archival research for primary documents, biographical information, and unidentified
persons, buildings, construction sites, and landmarks
●Detailed examination of architectural plans and designs to trace development over time
and to facilitate the historical preservation process

Analytical Skills
●Synthesis of varying interpretations and contradictory information
●Comparative examination of trends or topics in different nations and/or regions over time
to determine the causes for any similarities, differences, and changes that may occur
●Broad-based approach using political, military, cultural, economic, and social
perspectives to examine a given issue
●Examination of practical results of particular programs, policies, and ideas

Communications Skills
●Persuasive writing to convincingly explain and support a given position orinterpretation
●Organization of information in a logical, coherent, and concise way

Marketing Skills
●Developing and executing effective techniques for intercept interviewing and for the
recruitment of focus groups
●Establishing a productive rapport with potential recruits and with all levels of
personnel

POSITIONS

Adjunct Instructor, Department of History, Academic Year 2008-2009


History 106: Contours of US History
Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Millersville, PA, USA

Reader/Test Scorer, April 2009-Present


Data Recognition Corporation, Harrisburg, PA, USA

Customer Service Representative, March 2008 to August 2008


Transcore, Harrisburg, PA, USA

Intercept Interviewer, October 1998 to August 2004


Leap Research, Harrisburg, PA, USA

Claims Examiner, February 2000 to September 2001


Highmark Blue Shield, Camp Hill, PA, USA