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    [Section_Value1] => <h4>My Role in the Honors College</h4>
<p>I have the pleasure of sharing the unique opportunities provided by the Honors College and WKU with prospective scholars. &nbsp;I assist scholars and their families with the Honors College application process and the transition to WKU. I also serve as the advisor for the HonorsToppers, the official student ambassadors of the Honors College at WKU.</p>
<h4>&nbsp;</h4>
<h4>Educational Background</h4>
<p>M.A.E. in Student Affairs in Higher Education (2013)</p>
<p>Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY</p>
<p>B.S. in Biology and Chemistry (2011)</p>
<p>Honors College Graduate</p>
<p>Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY</p>
<h4>&nbsp;</h4>
<h4>Hometown</h4>
<p>Crestwood, Kentucky</p>
<h4>&nbsp;</h4>
<h4>Hobbies and Interests</h4>
<p>I enjoy reading, cooking, traveling, and spending time with my family and friends.</p>
<h4>&nbsp;</h4>
<h4>What Brought Me to the HC</h4>
<p>I chose to pursue a career in Student Affairs because of my experience as an Honors Scholar and WKU Spirit Master. I served as a graduate intern for H4, the Honors Freshman Orientation Retreat, which began my professional career with the Honors College. The Honors College has helped to shape my educational and personal passions, and I am grateful for the opportunity to serve my alma mater.</p>
<h4>&nbsp;</h4>
<h4>A Little About Myself</h4>
<p>I am blessed to have a job that I love, and to work with students who continue to inspire me each day. When I have the time, I love to bake and try new recipes.</p>
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<h6><a href="https://youtu.be/72mOjlxE61I">My jump with the U.S. Army Golden Knights </a></h6>
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<h4>My Role in the Honors College</h4>
<p>I pretend to supervise and increase the efficiency of a great group of faculty and staff. Additionally, I oversee the strategic direction of the College and make decisions that others are glad they do not have to make. Increasingly, my time focuses on building relationships with alumni and friends of the Honors College. Finally, when I am really lucky, I hang out and try to influence a wonderful group of Honors scholars.</p>
<h4>Educational Background</h4>
<p>I have Ph.D. and M.A. in political science from the University of Cincinnati and a. B.S. in Political Science, from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.</p>
<h4>Hometown</h4>
<p>Nekoosa, Wisconsin</p>
<h4>Academic Interests</h4>
<p>I primarily researched issues related to how democracies address political terrorism and the international security policy, but as my career has evolved my research has increasingly focused on issues related to educating high-achieving students and the administrative challenges of building an Honors College from the ground up.</p>
<h4>Selected Publications</h4>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;Promoting Speech and Debate as Beneficial for College Readiness,&rdquo; Rostrum: A Publication of the National Forensic League, Vol. 88, Iss. 3, Winter 2014, pp. 46-48. With Jace Lux.</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;High School Speech &amp; Debate Activities and College Readiness,&rdquo; Rostrum: A Publication of the National Forensic League, Vol. 87, Iss. 8, April 2013, pp. 38-42. With Jace Lux.</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;The Three &ldquo;Ts&rdquo; of Giving Back: Time, Talent and Treasure,&rdquo; Rostrum: A Publication of the National Forensic League, Vol. 86, Iss. 9, May 2012, pp. 32-34. With Jace Lux.</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;Moving Mountains: Honors as Leverage for Institutional Change,&rdquo; Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2011, 101-04.</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">"The Role of Forensics in Selecting a College or University," Rostrum: A Publication of the National Forensic League, Vol. 85, Iss. 9, May 2011, 58-61.</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;Elitism Misunderstood: In Defense of Equal Opportunity,&rdquo; Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Vol. 10, No. 1, 2009, 53-56, (Co-authored with Anne Rinn).</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;Honors in 2025: Becoming What You Emulate,&rdquo; HIP: Honors in Practice, Vol. 4, 2008, pp. 25-8.</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;Literary New England: Planning and Implementing Domestic Travel Study,&rdquo; HIP: Honors in Practice, Vol. 4, 2008, 127-142. (Co-authored with Derick Strode).</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;The Institutional Perspective: Why National Scholarships Matter,&rdquo; NAFA Journal, Summer 2007, pp. 15-6. &bull; &ldquo;BBQ with the Profs&rdquo; and the Development of Collegial Associations,&rdquo; HIP: Honors in Practice, Vol. 3, 2007, pp, 129-141. (Co-authored with Lindsey B. Thurman).</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;John F. Kennedy&rsquo;s Foreign Policy,&rdquo; Book chapter in U.S. Presidents and International Relations. Editors Carl Hodge and Cathal Nolan. ABC-Clio, Inc. Santa Barbara, CA, 2007.</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">&ldquo;Provincial Reconstruction Teams and Security Assistance: Comments on an Evolving Concept,&rdquo; Defense Institute Security Assistance Management (DISAM) August 2005.</p>
<h4>Hobbies &amp; Interests</h4>
<p>I enjoy international travel, reading and watching science/speculative fiction, exercising, cooking, gardening and hanging out with my two Pugs - Xerxes and Xenophon.</p>
<h4>What Brought Me to the HC</h4>
<p>The opportunity to take a leading role in designing and constructing the first Honors College in the Commonwealth and to work with and learn from a great group of colleagues and live in the community of Bowling Green brought me to WKU.</p>
<h4>A Little About Myself</h4>
<p>I became a professor as a result of JRR Tolkien and a ruined date. I am a life long member of Steeler Nation. In a former life known as my youth, I spent ten summers working in the charter sport fishing industry &ndash; many of my fondest memories are of fishing on Lake Michigan. I gave up fishing professionally to run a re-election campaign for my congressman. I miss fishing more than politics.</p>
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<h4>Educational Background</h4>
<p>I got my undergraduate degree at Miami University of Ohio. I studied religion, political science, and psychology. I got my master's and doctorate in religion at Harvard Divinity School.</p>
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<h4>What Brought me to the HC</h4>
<p>I came to the Honors College because it was such a great opportunity to work with undergraduates in an interdisciplinary environment, asking questions about how we can live well together in a democracy.</p>
<h4>A Little About Myself</h4>
<p>I grew up on a farm in Ohio, but spent many summers with my extended family in Kentucky. After living in urban Massachusetts for a decade, I was excited to return to my roots in Kentucky where houses are affordable, people are friendly, and it hardly ever snows.</p>
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<p>I have an associates degree in medical assisting and am currently working on my B.S. in Accounting.</p>
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<p>I absolutely love Crossfit, and being involved in the events at our gym. When I&rsquo;m not at the gym (or the Honors College), I love lounging in my pool.</p>
<h4>What Brought me to the HC</h4>
<p>Since I am originally from Bowling Green, all I ever heard was WKU is the best place in town to work. When this position came open, I knew that it would not only be great working at just WKU but working with some of the best students at WKU.</p>
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<p>In my spare time I enjoy spending every chance I can with my husband of eleven years, and my beloved animals. I have two Labs, Sebastian and Shadow, and a Hemingway cat named Frankie, a.k.a The Tank. I also love cooking, especially things that are cooked &ldquo;southern style&rdquo;, which unfortunately also means fried.</p>
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<p>Dr. Jennings is currently working on two book projects. The first,&nbsp;<em>Rethinking the Disability Rights Movement</em>, which she is writing with historian Felicia Kornbluh, is under contract with Routledge. It extends the temporal and substantive boundaries of the movement and contextualizes it as part of a larger matrix of movements for social change. The second book project, <em>To Find, Count, and Cure: Disabled Children and the New Deal State</em>, examines services for disabled children, funded by the Social Security Act of 1935 and administered by the U.S. Children&rsquo;s Bureau. The program served more than one out of every 300 American children by 1948, providing a wide range of medical services. In this project, Dr. Jennings demonstrates how the state&rsquo;s efforts to &ldquo;discover,&rdquo; &ldquo;enumerate,&rdquo; and treat disabled children reflected a vision of the citizen as able-bodied and how disability&mdash;informed by gender, race, class, and sexuality&mdash;shaped the New Deal state more broadly, defining who belonged and who should be excluded.</p>
<p>Her articles appear in&nbsp;<em>Disability Histories</em>, eds. Susan Burch and Michael Rembis (Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2014),&nbsp;<em>The Politics of Veterans Policy: Federal Policies and Veterans in the Modern US,</em><em>&nbsp;</em>ed. Stephen R. Ortiz (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2012), and&nbsp;<em>Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas</em>&nbsp;(November 2007). She is the recipient of the 2013 Disability History Association (DHA) Outstanding Article Award and the James Madison Prize from the Society for History in the Federal Government for her article "&lsquo;An Emblem of Distinction': The Politics of Disability Entitlement, 1940-1950," which appeared in&nbsp;<em>The Politics of Veterans Policy</em>.</p>
<p>She received her Ph.D. in modern U.S. history from The Ohio State University (OSU) in 2008. Dr. Jennings has received grants and fellowships from the Harry S. Truman Library, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, University College at WKU, the Department of History at OSU, the Department of Economics at OSU, the Graduate School at OSU, and the Council of Graduate Students at OSU.</p>
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    [Section_Value3] => <p>Dr. Jennings is a native of Sacramento, Kentucky. She began her career at Ohio State University, Newark, where she taught U.S. history and historical methods. In 2009, she joined the WKU Honors College. At WKU, she helps students develop strong national scholarship applications and teaches honors seminars on the history of disability, medicine, and modern U.S. history in the Honors Academy. Dr. Jennings has served on several committees for the DHA and as secretary for the organization for three terms. Additionally, she is a mentor for the American Historical Association Disability History Mentorship Program. Dr. Jennings received the 2013 Citizens Award from the Student Government Association at WKU for service to the university.</p>
<p>In her free time, she enjoys running, baking, and spending time with her dog Scout.</p>
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<p>&ldquo;Ad Hoc American Studies: Michigan and the Hidden History of a Movement,&rdquo;&nbsp;<em>American Studies</em>&nbsp;55, no. 1 (2016): 107-131. Co-authored with Frank Kelderman.</p>
<p>&ldquo;Muybridge in the Parlor,&rdquo;&nbsp;<em>Journal of American Studies</em>&nbsp;50, no. 1 (February 2016): 61-80.</p>
<p>&ldquo;Citizen Stories: A New Path to Culture Change,&rdquo;&nbsp;<em>Public: A Journal of Imagining America</em>&nbsp;3, no. 1 (Spring 2015). Co-authored with Elizabeth Gish and Terry Shoemaker.</p>
<p>&ldquo;&lsquo;You have rescued me from academicism&rsquo;: Selections from the Correspondence of Henry Nash Smith and Mary Hunter Austin,&rdquo;&nbsp;<em>Southwest Review</em>&nbsp;96, no. 1 (Winter 2011): 50-65.</p>
<p>&ldquo;Heritage Schemes: The Curtis Brothers and the Indian Moment of Northwest Boosterism,&rdquo;&nbsp;<em>Western Historical Quarterly</em>&nbsp;40, no. 2 (Summer 2009): 159-178. Winner of the Bert Fireman Award from the Western History Association.</p>
<p>&nbsp;&ldquo;Our Leschi: The Making of a Martyr,&rdquo;&nbsp;<em>Pacific Northwest Quarterly</em>&nbsp;95, no. 1 (Winter 2003/04): 26-36.</p>
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Faculty and Staff


Siera Bramschreiber

Siera Bramschreiber
- Academic Advisor

Allison Campbell

Allison Campbell
- Assistant Director of Admissions and External Relations

Dr. Craig T. Cobane

Dr. Craig T. Cobane
- Executive Director; John and Jacque Jarve Endowed Professor in Honors

Dr. John Dizgun

Dr. John Dizgun
- Honors Scholar-in-Residence

Dr. Elizabeth Gish

Dr. Elizabeth Gish
- Associate Professor

Stephanie Hammons

Stephanie Hammons
- Office Coordinator

Dr. Audra Jennings

Dr. Audra Jennings
- Director, Office of Scholar Development; Associate Professor, Honors Academy

Dr. Christopher Keller

Dr. Christopher Keller
- Associate Director of Honors College; Associate Professor, Honors College

Alexander Olson

Alexander Olson
- Assistant Professor



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