Ed Crowther

September 16, 2009

About Me

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Greetings.  Like many of you, I’m much taller, smarter, and better-looking in cyber-space than in real life; I’m a professor of History and Chair of the History Department at Adams State College, where I’ve been employed since 1988.  My job consists of many things, but two parts are my favorite:  I actually get paid to be an historian–I’m fascinated with human and natural history–and I get to work with a wide range of students, in traditional, on-line, and correspondence settings.

And I’m a big fan of Procol Harum, even if their Latin isn’t perfect!

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  1. […] Ed Crowther, Professor of History and Chair of the History Department at Adams State College, points out the collaborative nature of NHD, “Two things stood out. The teachers had great ideas and offered positive and substantial support for one another. History Day does wondrous things to transform the lives of participants and it can also be a great way for teachers to demonstrate their own expertise and to cooperate effectively with one another to support this transformative process.” […]

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