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Advancing the Humanities through Technology at Community Colleges
Charles Evans, Associate Professor of History at Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC), will serve as project director. Professor Evans holds a Ph.D. in Russian history from the University of Virginia and has successfully directed a NEH summer seminar at NVCC (1994), a NEH summer institute at the University of Arizona (1996) and a NEH focus grant on Developing a Web-integrated Humanities Curriculum at NVCC (1998). He has received a variety of grant awards to develop and use technology in his teaching.
Contact Information:
address: Division of Humanities, Northern Virginia Community College
1000 H.F. Byrd Highway, Sterling, VA 20164-8699
phone: 703.450.2520
fax: 703.404.7368
home page:
David A. Berry, Executive Director of the Community College Humanities Association and Associate Professor of History at Essex County College, will serve as project manager.  Professor Berry, a recipient of the prestigious National Humanities Medal in 1997, has served as project manager for eight NEH-funded projects in the last ten years.  He has also directed numerous other grant projects, including awards from the Funds for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE) and Ford Foundation.
Contact Information:
address: Community College Humanities Association, c/o Essex County College 303 University Avenue, Newark, NJ 07102
phone: 973.877.3577
fax: 973.877.3578
Community College Humanities Association home page:
Roy Rosenzweig, Director of the Center for History and New Media and Professor of History and Cultural Studies at George Mason University, will serve as project senior scholar and sponsor.  Dr. Rosenzweig has received numerous grant awards, including Fulbright, NEH and Mellon fellowships and has published widely in the field of American social history.  He is currently working, with support from the Rockefeller foundation and NEH (and in collaboration with the American Social History Project), on a sequel to Who Built America?, a CD-ROM series on "Great Transformations in World History" and a new web site directed at teachers of the U.S. History Survey course called "History Matters."
Contact Information:
address: Department of History, MS-3G1, George Mason University
Fairfax, VA 22030-4444
phone: 703.993.1247
fax: 703.993-1251
Center for History and New Media home page:
Sara W. Tucker, Professor of History at Washburn University, will serve as project evaluator.  Dr. Tucker has published widely on the issue of teaching history on the internet and is a member of the executive committee of H-Net (Humanities Online), where she is a co-editor of the H-Teach discussion list.  She has received a number of merit awards from Washburn University and the Kansas Humanities Council.
Contact Information:
address: Department of History, Washburn University, Topeka, KS 66621
phone: 785.231.1010 extension 1319
fax: 785.231.1084
home page:
Diane Eisenberg, president of Eisenberg Associates, serves as project consultant. Ms. Eisenberg has directed numerous, multi-component national humantities programs for the American Association of Community Colleges, Phi Theta Kappa, NEH, NSF and other national education organizations. A former NEH staff member, she received CCHA's Distinguished Humanities Educator award in 1993.
Contact Information:
address: Eisenberg Associates, 3805 Dunlop Street, Chevy Chase, MD 20815
phone: 301.652.1901
fax: 301.652.1903

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