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Stacy M.

Reikowsky, ABD
Lecturer in American History and Graduate Student at North Dakota State
University
1630 West Cedar Post Lane
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
(701) 205-9905 / Stacy.Reikowsky@ndsu.edu
http://dighistory.org/sreikowsky/
Education

Ph.D. Candidate of History, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, 2011-
present
M.A. of History with Honors, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma, 2011
B.A. of History with Distinction, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, 2008

Doctoral Dissertation

An Unintended Activist: Judge Ronald N. Davies an the Influence of the Northern Plains
on Twentieth-Century Civil Rights and Race Progress

Masters Thesis

Oklahoma Citys James Jimmy E. Stewart: Twentieth-Century Race Progress in the


Sooner State and Beyond

Other Scholarly Projects

Intersections: History and Memory in Grassy Butte, North Dakota, a Video


Documentary, 2013
Fargo History Project, (peer reviewed publication) http://www.fargohistory.com,
contributing editor and online articles, 2012

Publications

Great Plains Journal, Oklahoma Citys James Jimmy E. Stewart: Twentieth-Century Race
Progress in the Sooner State and Beyond, pending 2017

Bashkir State University, Russian Federation, Modern History anthology, Oklahoma


Citys James Jimmy E. Stewart: Twentieth-Century Race Progress in the Sooner State
and Beyond, pending 2017

Association Membership

American Historical Association, pending


National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, pending
Phi Alpha Theta Historical Society, 2007-present

Historical Conference Presentations

Phi Alpha Theta National History Honors Society, University of South Dakota, April 2016
National Council on Public History Conference, Monterey, California, March 2014
Northern Great Plains History Conference, Fargo, North Dakota, September 2012
Oklahoma Historical Society Annual Meeting, Enid, Oklahoma 2011
Missouri Conference on History, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2011
Mid-America Conference on History, University of Arkansas-Little Rock, 2010

Educational Instruction Experience

Graduate Instructor of Record for History 104 United States Since 1877,
Department of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies, North Dakota State
University, Fargo, Spring 2017

Embodying role as a scholarly resource for student success in large lecture


format
Delegating responsibilities to team of three graduate teaching assistants to
maximize student potential and learning outcomes
Generating, communicating, and developing scholarly dialog to augment
students understanding of the past both in-class and within online
Blackboard learning platform

Adjunct Instructor, History 111 United States in Perspective to 1865,


Department of History, Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, Spring 2017

Targeting specified course objectives to help students establish and build


skills with cross-discipline applications
Employing diverse methods of engagement and evaluation, including activity
in on-campus archives and use of Moodle learning platform
Underscoring diverse historical methods and pedagogy to maximize student
understanding and success

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of History, Philosophy, and Religious


Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo, Fall 2016

Worked under mentorship of tenured professor to assist with day-to-day


classroom conduct
Engaged in real-time and digital assessment and provided feedback as
leader in discussion section model, including use of Blackboard learning
platform
Highlighted role as direct resource to assist both professors and students in
running an efficient and effective classroom

Adjunct Instructor, History 112 United States in Perspective Since 1865,


Department of History, Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, Spring 2016

Applied blended learning approach with conventional and contemporary


resources
Utilized online course curriculum, projects, and assignments via Moodle
platform
Emphasized lower-division course objectives in understanding history and
the human experience

Graduate Instructor for the Living and Learning Community, College of Arts,
Humanities, and Social Sciences, North Dakota State University, Fargo, Fall
2015-Spring 2016

Acted as educational touch point for first-year freshmen living on and off
campus
Led students through foundational instruction with skills for academic
success, emotional intelligence, and volunteer service learning
Assisted students with navigation of new and unfamiliar academic and
university life

Adjunct Instructor, History 313 Black American History, Department of History,


Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, Fall 2015

Underscored various learning techniques including film analysis and student


documentary production
Generated student-based discussion for sustained conversation and dialog
Focused on upper-division educational tenets of analysis and interpretation
of the minority experience

Graduate Instructor, History 103 United States History to 1865 and History 104
United States History Since 1865, Department of History, Philosophy, and
Religious Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo, 2013-2015

Implemented tools and techniques to lower DFW rates in a designated high-


risk course
Helped students gain factual knowledge and points of views used by
historians
Developed student communication in written, oral, and digital formats via
Blackboard platform

John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education, Gateway


to Completion Committee Member, North Dakota State University, Fargo, 2013-
2015

Identified areas in which traditional methods contributed to high DFW rates


Worked within cohort teaching model to achieve elevated standard of
instruction and student success
Communicated findings and experience to a nationally-based learning entity

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of History, Philosophy, and Religious


Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo, 2011-2013

Worked under mentorship of tenured professor to assist with day-to-day


classroom conduct
Engaged in real-time evaluation of student work and provided feedback
Highlighted role as direct resource to assist both professors and students in
running an efficient and effective classroom

Service Experience

Graduate Faculty Representative, Department of History, Philosophy, and


Religious Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo, 2014-2015

Facilitated dialog among faculty and graduate student body to raise


academic standards and expectations
Attended and participated in monthly faculty governmental meetings
Gained understanding of administration and participation in academia
outside of the classroom

Faculty Search Committee Member, Department of History, Philosophy, and


Religious Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo, 2013-2014

Assisted Faculty Search Committee with applicant evaluations including


written submissions, phone interviews, and teaching demonstrations
Provided input regarding candidate qualifications in scholarship and
community service activities
Participated in hosting on-campus candidate visits and execution of itinerary

The Road to Little Rock, Documentary and Curriculum Development Primary


Researcher, Fargo Public Schools, 2011-2013
Consulted as primary researcher for public school-based curriculum project
Collaborated directly with scholarly and educational professionals
Utilized digital and analog formats to increase ease of access and use of
materials

Assistant to the Coordinator of the 2012 Northern Great Plains History


Conference, Fargo, 2012
Organized and evaluated panel and paper proposals for professional
conference
Communicated directly with participants to ensure seamless execution of
multiday event
Served as primary in-house resource for conference director to help maintain
continuity between administration and conference participants

Academic Distinctions

Recipient of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Deans Research
Endowment, 2017
Recipient of the Virginia P. George Academic Scholarship, North Dakota State University,
2015
Recipient of the Fine Arts Club of Fargo History Scholarship, 2015
3.94 Grade Point Average, Graduate School at North Dakota State University, Fall 2015
Recipient of the Morrill Prize for Graduate Scholarship, North Dakota State University, Fall
2013
Recipient of the Virginia P. George Academic Scholarship, North Dakota State University,
Fall 2012 and Fall 2013
4.0 Graduate Grade Point Average, Jackson College of Graduate Studies, Graduated with
Honors, 2011

Professional References

Dr. Angela Smith, Public History Director and Assistant Professor of History, North Dakota
State University
422M Minard Hall, PO Box 6050 Dept. 2340, Fargo, North Dakota 58108-6050
Telephone: (615) 513-6324 E-Mail: Angela.Smith.1@ndsu.edu

Dr. Mark Harvey, Chair of the Department of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies
and Professor of History, North Dakota State University
422K Minard Hall, PO Box 6050 Dept. 2340,Fargo, North Dakota 58108-6050
Telephone: (701) 231-8828 E-Mail: Mark.Harvey@ndsu.edu

Dr. Joy Lintelman, Chair of the Department of History and Professor of History, Concordia
College
Old Main 327, 901 8th Street South, Moorhead, Minnesota 56562
Telephone: (218) 299-3491 E-Mail: lintelma@cord.edu