Robert P. Stephens
Department of History
220 Stanger Street
Blacksburg, VA 24061
540-231-8371 | email@example.com
Robert Stephens is an associate professor of history at Virginia Tech.
- Modern European History
- Drugs and Addiction
- History of Film
- Contemporary Pedagogy
- Higher Education Administration
- PhD, University of Texas at Austin
- BA, University of North Texas
- Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Affairs, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, 2013-2016
- Interim Director, Undergraduate Research Institute, 2015-2016
- Founding Principal, Honors Residential College, 2011-2013
- Founding Editor, Virginia Tech Undergraduate Historical Review, 2010-2015
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award, Virginia Tech, 2015
- Favorite Faculty Award, Residential Life, Virginia Tech, 2014
- Excellence in Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award, Virginia Tech, 2011-2012
Germans on Drugs: The Complications of Modernization in Hamburg (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2007).
“Una Revolución Cultural? Reflexiones sobre la década de los sesenta,” Magazin 21 (2013): 34-41.
James Penven, Robert Stephens, Frank Shushok, and Caleb J. Keith, “The Past, Present and Future of Residential Colleges: Looking Back at S. Stewart Gordon’s article “Living and Learning in College," Journal of College and University Student Housing 32, 2 (2013): 116-127.
Kathleen Jones, Mark Barrow, Robert Stephens, and Stephen O’Hara, “Romancing the Capstone: National Trends, Local Practice, and Student Motivation in the History Curriculum,” Journal of American History, 98 (2012): 1095-1113.
Robert Stephens, “Addicted to Melodrama,” Substance Use and Misuse, 46 (2011): 859-871.
Tom Ewing, Robert Stephens, Marian Mollin, David Hicks, Amy Nelson, Haward Farrar, Kathleen Jones, Mark Barrow, and Daniel Thorp, eds., The Digital History Reader, www.dhr.history.vt.edu, September 2006. Peer reviewed, NEH-funded digital textbook.
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