The Center for History Teaching & Learning exists to promote scholarly teaching among department faculty, to support teacher education among our students, and to provide professional development opportunities for current teachers.
We strive to accomplish our mission by supporting sound research into history teaching and learning, hosting meaningful professional development events, producing high quality online resources, and publishing valuable instructional materials.
Our Advisory Committee brings together the experience and expertise of teachers, administrators, and scholars in and familiar with the El Paso community.
Nathan J. Ashby, Assistant Professor of Economics, UTEP
Timothy G. Cashman, Associate Professor of Teacher Education, UTEP
Timothy W. Collins, Assistant Professor of Geography, UTEP
Veronica De La Cruz, Teacher, St. Matthew Catholic School
Evelyne Dovali, Magnet Coordinator, Socratic Institute, Riverside High School
Joshua Fan, Assistant Professor of World History, UTEP
Christina Galvan, Teacher, Anthony High School
Holly E. Garza, Director of Secondary Education, Clint ISD
Charlie Harris, Texas history teacher, Hurshel Antwine School
Eduardo Hinojos, Teacher, Americas High School
Christopher Kazanjian, Economics teacher, Cathedral High School
Yolanda Chavez Leyva, Department of History, UTEP (ex officio)
Susan Stanfield, Assistant Professor of History, UTEP
Wendi Miller-Tomlinson, Social Studies Facilitator, El Paso ISD
David A. Palmer, Social Studies teacher, El Paso High School
Swanya Howell Pitts, TIPS Mentor, Socorro ISD
Micha Seeburg, Teacher, Montwood High School
Michael Topp, Associate Professor of U.S. History, UTEP
Robert Webking, Professor of Political Science, UTEP