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Social Science

The Social Science Division in Neosho consists of four full-time faculty.

 


Keith Zoromski
(KeithZoromski@Crowder.edu)
Division Chair
McDonald Hall, MDH 238
417.455.5766
Mr. Keith Zoromski is the Title III Curriculum Specialist and Activities Director at Crowder College. He has served as a History Instructor since 2013. He primarily instructs both U.S. History I and U.S. History II courses. Mr. Zoromski has a background in secondary education with eight years with the Carthage R-9 School District. He earned his B.A. in Political Science from Iowa State University and his M.A. in American History from the University of Missouri – St. Louis. In his free time, Mr. Zoromski enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and baseball.

Ron Cole (RonCole@Crowder.edu)
Instructor
McDonald Hall, MDH 153
417.455.5444
Mr. Ron Cole joined the Crowder faculty in Fall of 1991. His primary teaching responsibilities include teaching National, State and Local Government as well as Western Civilization I and II courses. He earned a B.A. (Theology) from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, a B.A. (History/Secondary Education) from Trinity University in Deerfield, IL, a M.A. (Political Science) from Loyola University-Chicago and a Certificate in African Studies from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. Much of his childhood was spent in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Northern Ireland.

Denna Clymer
(DennaClymer@Crowder.edu)
Instructor
McDonald Hall, MDH 155
417.455.5614
Dr. Denna Clymer is a History and Geography instructor. She holds degrees from Missouri Southern State University, Pittsburg State University, and the University of Arkansas. Her field of study is in agriculture and food supply, and she has sub-fields in Latin American and Chinese history.

 

Dr. G. David Schieffler (DavidSchieffler@Crowder.edu)
Instructor
McDonald Hall, MDH 156
417.455.5601
A born and bred Delta Arkansan, David earned a B.A. from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, in 2003. In 2005, he completed his M.A. at the University of Arkansas and went on to teach high school history in West Fork, Arkansas, for six years. In 2011 he hung up his secondary shoes and entered the Ph.D. program at the University of Arkansas, which he completed in 2017. He specializes in nineteenth-century American history (especially the Civil War Era), and is currently at work on a book manuscript based on his dissertation, “Civil War in the Delta: Environment, Race, and the 1863 Helena Campaign.” When he’s not investigating the natural environment’s pivotal role in the Helena Campaign, David has been known to do a little fishing (of the fly variety), including chasing Ozark smallmouth for miles on end.