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  • Northwestern students make spring break trip to Truman Presidential Library and Museum

    May 1, 2017 – In association with the Leviathan Society of the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Department of Social Sciences and Institute for Citizenship Studies, Dr. Aaron Mason, professor of political science, and Dr. Eric Schmaltz, professor of history, accompanied two students one day during the recent spring break to the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri.

  • Schmaltz presents research, completes speaking engagements, plans publishing projects

    April 17, 2017 – During academic year 2016-2017, Dr. Eric Schmaltz, professor of history and co-executive director of the endowed Northwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU) Institute for Citizenship Studies, has published a number of articles both here and abroad. Many of his publications in the field of ethnic and nationality studies relate to ethnic German communities in Russia and the former Soviet Union and their many descendants dispersed worldwide.

  • Schmaltz gives talk in Washington, D.C. on Soviet-era letter exchanges to family in Ingersoll, Alva

    November 28, 2016 – In the last half of 2016, Dr. Eric Schmaltz, professor of history at Northwestern Oklahoma State University and co-executive director of the endowed NWOSU Institute for Citizenship Studies, presented at a number of conferences from coast to coast.

  • Dr. Eric Schmaltz presents on German-Russian food ways topic in Shattuck

    October 14, 2016 – Dr. Eric Schmaltz, professor of history at Northwestern Oklahoma State University and co-executive director of the endowed NWOSU Institute for Citizenship Studies, presented on the food ways of Germans from Russia on Sunday, Oct. 9, before the Golden Spread Chapter of the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia (AHSGR) at the Senior Citizen Center in Shattuck..

  • Northwestern students tour Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum

    October 4, 2016 – Northwestern Oklahoma State University students in the Leviathan Society paid a late September visit to the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene, Kansas. The trip was sponsored by the Northwestern Institute for Citizenship Studies and the Department of Social Sciences.

  • Northwestern plans Constitution Day Observance on Tuesday, Sept. 13

    September 6, 2016 – The Northwestern Oklahoma State University Institute for Citizenship Studies and Department of Social Sciences will present the annual Constitution Day event for 2016 on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. This year’s topic will be “George Mason: The Man Who Would Not Sign.”

  • American Revolutionary War and early Constitutional Republic featured as Summer Teachers' Workshop Topics

    August 1, 2016 – The Northwestern Oklahoma State University Department of Social Sciences and Institute for Citizenship Studies, in association with a major grant from the Oklahoma Humanities Council, recently conducted a summer teachers’ workshop on the American Revolutionary War and early Constitutional republic.

  • Presidential Lecture Series features Dr. Michael Cohen discussing James K. Polk

    February 24, 2016 -- Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Department of Social Sciences and Institute for Citizenship Studies will present the annual Presidential Lecture Series Tuesday, March 1, at 7 p.m. in the Education Center, room 109, at the Alva campus.

  • Schmaltz winds down busy year of speaking events in U.S., Germany, Africa

    December 14, 2015--Dr. Eric Schmaltz, professor of history at Northwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU) and co-executive director of the NWOSU Institute for Citizenship Studies, has led a busy year of speaking events, consultation work and several completed editing and publishing projects.

  • Northwestern students visit Spiro Mounds Archeological Center

    February 20, 2014--In connection with the Leviathan Society of the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Social Sciences Department and Institute for Citizenship Studies, Dr. Aaron Mason, associate professor of political science, and Dr. Eric Schmaltz, associate professor of history, recently accompanied two students to the Spiro Mounds Archeological Center near Spiro.