Professor of History
Advisor, Medieval and Renaissance Studies Center
Texas Tech University





Co-Chair, Advisory Board, "Pre-Modern Bibles: From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Complutensian Polyglot Bible," an exhibition held in the Museum of Texas Tech University, August 18, 2018, to March, 2019. Guide for several community groups visiting this exhibit.

Presenter, Lubbock Independent School District (LISD) World History Summer Workshop, International Cultural Center, June 12-13, 2013.

Member, Joyful Noise Choir, St. Elizabeth's Univedrsity Parish, Lubbock TX, 2010-

(Re)founding Member, Lubbock Chapter, Archaeological Institute of America, 2008-.

Chair, Advisory Board (Outreach to LISD), "The Medieval Southwest:  Manifestations of the Old World in the New," an exhibition held in the Southwest Collection Building, August 24, 2008, to April 4, 2009.

Lecturer on history, RCIA and Serra Club, St. Elizabeth's Parish, 2004-.

Member, Texas Tech University Katrina Relief Committee, 2005-06.

Panel Member, Community Issues Panels Sponsored by the St. Francis Mission Sisters, Our Lady of the Angels Convent, Lubbock County, 2005.

Teacher, Church History Seminars for Deacon Candidate Education, Catholic Diocese of Lubbock, 2005, 2001-2002.

Organizing Committee for the Vatican Exhibition Symposium, September 6, 2002 (a mini convention held at the ICC).

Treasurer and Head of the Finance Committee, Christ the King Cathedral School Foundation, 1997-99.

Board Member, Christ the King Cathedral School Foundation, 1997-2000, 1986-92.

Organizer of the "Millennium Lecture Series on Church History," St. Elizabeth's [University] Parish, 1998-2000.

Occasional lecturer, Art Seminar, Women's Council of the West Texas Museum Association, 1996-97, 1984-86.

Region I Coordinator, Current Events Contest, University Interscholastic League, Region I, 1997 (acting), 1990-94.

Faculty Sponsor of the Collegium Bonwicke, TTU Chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism, 1998, 1986, 1983-84.

Vice President, Lubbock Chapter, Archeological Institute of America, 1982-84.

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