From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001


^ From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001.

The Futures of American Studies, Ed. Donald Pease and Robyn Wiegman, Duke U Press, 2002.


Keywords for American From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Cultural Studies, Ed. Bruce Burgett and Glenn Hendler, NYU Press, 2007.


The New American Studies, by John Carlos Rowe, University of Minnesota Press, 2002.


Post-Nationalist American Studies, Ed. John Carlos Rowe, University of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 California Press, 2000.


American Cultural Studies, by Neil Campbell and Alaister Kean, Routledge, 2006.


As indicated above, although it does not offer formal accreditation, the American Studies Association provides a number of resources to From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 support the development and ongoing refinement of excellent academic programs in the field. In particular, the recent Bronner Study of AMST programs—research sponsored by the ASA—has been an especially valuable From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 measure for KSU’s planning. To gain a long view of the field’s evolution, we have also carried out careful analysis of ASA presidential addresses of the American Studies From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Association over the past ten years. (In this regard, it is important to note that the ASA presidential address is traditionally devoted to a description and analysis of the current status of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the field.)


Significantly, based on its work in undergraduate education and its ongoing outreach projects and community partnerships, Kennesaw State’s American Studies program has already gained national recognition for its work From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 in цивик engagement and outreach. KSU grant-funded projects in American Studies have been specifically cited as national models for the field by two different ASA presidents in their formal addresses to From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 organization. (See Karen Halttunen, “Groundwork: American Studies in Place—Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, November 4, 2005,” American Quarterly 58.1 (March 2006): 1-15; see too Mary Kelley’s presidential address, “Taking Stands: American Studies at Century's End From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001: Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, October 29, 1999,” American Quarterly, 52.1 (March 2000): 1-22). Also, recent reviews of books associated with the Keeping and Creating American Communities project, housed at KSU, have emphasized From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 their importance as models of AMST in praxis. (See Adam Golub, “We Are What We Teach: American Studies in the K-16 Classroom,” American Quarterly, 60:2 (June 2008): 443-454.; Sherry Lee Linkon, “Going Public: Teaching and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Learning in the Community, American Quarterly, 58.1 (March 2006): 229-236.)


As outlined above, KSU’s faculty members have carefully studied well-regarded AMST academic programs at both peer and aspirational institutions. In its overall approach From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, its emphasis on American Studies in a global setting, and its valuing of diversity, the proposed program builds on the vision for American Studies cited by several other public universities which we referenced From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 earlier, such as the University of Maryland, College Park. For example, the University of California, Santa Cruz, identifies the goal of its program to be

“helping students gain a rich understanding of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Americans from social and cultural backgrounds different from their own. It gives special attention to racial, ethnic, sexual, class, and regional dynamics in the nation's past and present, and also to trans From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001-national and global perspectives on the United States. “

Similarly, the University of California at Davis’ program “explores the cultures of the United States in conver­sation with their transnational exchanges and impacts.”

The From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 proposed program’s core areas of course work and basic area divisions are similar to those at many of the peer and aspirational programs we have identified. The study of Place, Period From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and Gender/Race/Ethnicity is found in all the programs reviewed, for instance. The proposed program in American Studies will incorporate and extend certain foundational common features identified in all the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 programs cited above, including:




Another theme in several of the programs reviewed as models was the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 importance of the physical setting for the program itself. Penn State–Harrisburg identified as a strength its location in a “rich cultural region, surrounded by Amish Farmlands, Gettysburg, Hershey, Steelton, Ephrata, Carlisle From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, York, and Harrisburg (with) proximity to Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Washington, D.C.” Several of the California University system programs have a фокус on Asian-American and Latin American culture, and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the University of New Mexico utilizes its particular setting for a centralized study of Southwestern culture within the broader context of American Studies.


Similarly, a major strength of KSU’s proposed program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 is the location of Kennesaw State in the major southern urban/suburban setting. The current trends of international migration into Georgia and the Atlanta area, the existence of urban sprawl and suburban communities, the existence From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 nearby traditionally African-American urban communities as well as rural farm land, all offer a “laboratory” for a variety community based studies and projects. As our students begin to or continue to From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 work in the region in a variety of professions, the proposed program can provide them with a solid foundation of study and experience in a rapidly diversifying region. The From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 program includes components designed to provide the skills described by the Youngstown State American Studies graduate quoted who said, “[T]he topics I studied … were wonderful, but it is the process itself that has helped From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 me most in the professional world.”


Data gathered from undergraduate and graduate programs around the country, including “career-sensitive” M.A. programs at peer institutions listed above, indicate that such From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 programs serve three main groups: professionals working in culture industries such as museum curators and park historians; K-12 educators seeking a content-focused M.A. (rather than a pedagogy-only degree) to enhance their From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 teaching and professional advancement; and business people seeking an understanding of how American culture operates and/or is perceived abroad and in relationship with other cultures (e.g., business workers whose From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 companies are interacting with cultures outside the U.S. and/or with new immigrants to the U.S). KSU’s location in a major southeastern cultural and business center ensures that our program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 can serve these same populations.


Other institutions have also documented strong interest in American Studies by international students and professionals seeking to increase their understanding of American culture. Given From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 KSU’s growing international student population and the Atlanta metro area’s large number of international firms, Kennesaw State’s American Studies program will meet university and BOR mandates by serving the emphasis of the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 business community on the global marketplace while preparing students to participate in a global economy. And, in doing so, KSU’s AMST M.A. will affiliate with numerous other nationally From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 recognized academic programs in the field.


^ 4i. List student learning outcomes associated with this program.


Common Core of Knowledge Used to Unify the Curriculum

The common core of knowledge for the proposed M.A From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. in American Studies will be based on KSU faculty’s careful study of trends in the field and on application of those trends to the university’s and the College of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Humanities and Social Sciences’ strategic plans. This core knowledge base will be tracked in student learning outcomes, recently updated based upon the emerging development of the HSS strategic plan and the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Bronner study of American Studies program referenced above.

Recent developments in American Studies scholarship and in academic programs at a range of peer and aspirant institutions have shaped the articulation of the student learning outcomes From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. For example, the Bronner study reports that, in American Studies programs today, “No matter where the location of the program, mission statements tended to mention integrative and global goals,” and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 that US-based programs, in particular, include an emphasis on “‘culture’ and ‘cultural’” aspects of analysis, focused on both texts and “non-text based inquiry.” The Bronner study also notes that “A From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 number of programs cited the distinction of American Studies being oriented toward communities, cities, and regions as laboratories and outreach opportunities.” Furthermore, Bronner reported, “American Studies is reportedly more global and at the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 same time more localized” today than in its 1990s’ versions, partly because of a sustained interest in public practice of the field’s principles. While continuing to draw on interdisciplinary approaches, academic From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 programs in American Studies are increasingly describing “American Studies as a discipline or independent field with its own theories and methods.” (See the section on “Faculty, Curriculum and Mission,” especially 17-18). All of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 these trends in the field are clearly represented in the proposed curriculum.

Particularly important to the proposed American Studies M.A. at Kennesaw State are the global dimensions of the field today and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 its commitment to public work. The first aligns the proposed program with KSU’s new QEP on global learning for engaged citizenship; the second will enable students and faculty in the program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 to draw on Boyer’s flexible model for scholarly production and such frameworks for emphasizing public outreach as the Imagining America Project’s new studies of promotion and tenure based in From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 public scholarship. Introducing collaboration, public service, and public scholarship as core principles of American Studies in the methods course, and leading students to a capstone project aligned with their professional From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 goals in a community-building context, this M.A. will also be consistent with KSU’s longstanding commitment to developing graduate programs that serve community needs and promote ethical practice among working From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 professionals.

Given the wide range of career fields in which graduates of M.A. American Studies programs work (per the Bronner study’s data), this program would not lend itself to a cohort From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 model. However, the student learning outcomes outlined below will provide a shared body of knowledge, skills, and dispositions/attitudes held in common by all program graduates. Core competencies for the program will From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 be introduced in two required courses (AMST 7000 and 7100). One of the introductory courses (7000) focuses on scholarship and issues that are central to the American Studies field, tracking both history and current trends. The second From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 introductory course (7100) will enable students to experiment with the range of methodologies used in American Studies research and public practice, including those from both the humanities and social science From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 traditions and both qualitative and quantitative approaches. Most of the core competencies will need to be further developed in later courses, including the experiential learning requirement and the capstone. However, students should From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 demonstrate inter-cultural sensitivity and an appreciation of diversity, at a level of “basic” mastery, by the time they complete the 7000 course, so as to ensure that they can productively participate in later course work From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and community-oriented activities such as an internship. The experiential learning course will be the point in the curriculum when operational mastery of methods-oriented skills should be demonstrated.

Students will From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 also take one required course from each of three categories developed to reflect major patterns in American Studies practice today, both within and beyond the academy: 1) commitment to historical study, 2) place From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001-based study positioning of the field’s work in both local and global contexts; and 3) фокус on American culture and culture-making (in the U.S., the Americas, and abroad) as an From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 object of analysis and production. Besides addressing major dimensions of American Studies as an academic field, these three requirements will also enable all students to continue addressing the three main program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 features most closely aligned with KSU’s mission. In their historical studies required course, students will continue to examine diversity in American culture(s); in their place-based course, students will explore ways that цивик From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and social action is shaped by location, and vice versa; in their course on “cultural production,” all students will gain some advanced practice in using interdisciplinary theories and methods. Particular offerings in From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 each category will address additional competencies to varying degrees, depending upon specific content foci.

Consistent with the program’s фокус on applied learning, цивик engagement, and professional skills-building, students From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 will complete an experiential learning requirement (AMST 7500 or Study Abroad). The capstone will culminate learning in the program and synthesize knowledge and skills acquired.


The chart below tracks student learning outcomes From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 across the individual core courses and course clusters in the program.


^ Distribution Requirements

Learning outcome

Introduced

^ Reinforced in common among all students

Further Reinforced based on individual needs/interests

Demonstrated at mastery level

Demonstrates an ability to read and think From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 critically while using diverse methods to study American cultural products and practices.


AMST 7000

AMST 7100

Requirements in Historical Studies, Place-based studies, and Cultural Production

electives

AMST 7900

Demonstrates an ability to communicate effective analysis of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 American culture both orally and in writing.


AMST 7000

AMST 7100

Requirements in Historical Studies, Place-based studies, and Cultural Production

electives

AMST 7900

Demonstrates a critical understanding of the relationship between America (including both the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 U.S. and the “Americas,” more broadly conceived) and the other World cultures


AMST 7000


Historical Studies requirement

Electives chosen in consultation with advisor

AMST 7900

Demonstrates a knowledge of how key values and social practices From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 associated with American life have evolved in distinct historical periods and particular regions


AMST 7000


Historical Studies requirement; Place-based Studies requirement




AMST 7900

Demonstrates intercultural sensitivity and an understanding of cultural diversity in a From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 global American context

AMST 7000

Place-based Studies requirement

Electives chosen in consultation with advisor

AMST 7000

Demonstrates an ability to analyze and critique relationships between cultural products and social values.

AMST 7000

AMST 7100

Cultural production requirement

electives

AMST 7900

Demonstrates From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 a commitment to ethical, professional public practice and skills in collaboration

AMST 7100

Class projects within cluster requirements

Electives chosen in consultation with advisor

AMST 7500




  1. ^ Inventory of Faculty Directly Involved

a-e for each affiliated faculty member: Please see From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 CVs in the appendices.

An explanatory note on (b)—Explain how workload will be impacted with the addition of proposed program:

To ensure that students will have exposure to From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 a wide range of faculty expertise, no member of the AMST faculty team will teach more than one course in the proposed M.A. program in a particular term. For the first several years From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of the program, a typical faculty member will teach one course every other year, then one course per year. To take on these assignments, faculty will be reassigned from undergraduate courses From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, typically in general education. Beginning in Year 2, some of these undergraduate classes can be “covered” with TAs from the new M.A. In either of these cases, financial cost to the institution will From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 be minimal—especially given that the courses being taken on by program faculty will be generating more tuition dollars at the graduate level.


As enrollment increases, new faculty will be added using funds From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 tied to enrollment growth. Close accounting of enrollment patterns will enable administrators to determine the number of new faculty positions that will be needed, and these will typically be joint From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 appointments shared with other discipline departments and/or other interdisciplinary programs.


f. —If it will be necessary to add faculty in order to begin the program, give the desired qualifications of he persons to From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 be added, with a timetable for adding new faculty and plan for funding new positions.


No new faculty members will be needed to launch the program. Recent hiring of two From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 new Latino Studies faculty members--jointly appointed in English and History/Philosophy, respectively--has addressed the one area in the field where additional faculty were required to launch the MA as envisioned here From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001.



  1. Outstanding Programs of this Nature at Other Institutions—List three outstanding programs of this nature in the country, giving location, name, and telephone number of an official responsible for each program. Indicate features From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 that make these programs stand out. When available, append descriptive literature of the outstanding program. Indicate what aspects of these outstanding programs, if any, will be included in your program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001.


Of the MA-level programs referenced above in section 3 (on preparation of the proposal) and section 4.8, four that have had a significant influence on our planning are these:

University of Massachusetts From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, Boston

University of Southern Maine

California State, Fullerton

University of Wyoming


^ Core Content from Key MA Programs


The program at UMASS, Boston, has been particularly influential on our thinking because of its emphasis on preparing professionals for a From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 work in a range of career fields. As indicated in its program overview, the UMASS, Boston, M.A. also shares and has encouraged our stress on historically inflected cultural critique and cultural production From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001.


[The] Master of Arts Program in American Studies [at UMASS, Boston] serves:

• students interested in the study of historically contested meanings of culture, community, democracy, citizenship, politics, race, ethnicity, gender and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 sexuality in the United States;
• continuing and returning students seeking further grounding in American Studies and its interdisciplinary methods;
• professionals in education and government;
• journalists, community leaders, and organizers searching for a historical From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and cultural understanding of their own society.

The program provides the intellectual tools and theoretical background in historical and cultural analysis to enable students to reflect critically on historical and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 cultural changes and controversies in the US. The interdisciplinary core courses ask students to pay close attention to the interplay between political and social discourse and literary, artistic, and cultural expression; and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 to how public life and culture have been shaped by many groups with differing access to social and political power and cultural legitimacy.

This program also shares with KSU a long tradition From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of public outreach and, in particular, collaboration with K-12 schools.

For more information on this program, contact our colleague Lois Rudnick at lois.rudnick@umb.edu or by phone at 617-287-6770. Professor Rudnick has provided From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 extensive advice to us about K-12 collaborations and community partnerships, in particular.

Another outstanding program which has several features in common with our vision for the M.A. in AMST From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 is located at Southern Maine. Like the M.A. at UMASS, Boston, and KSU’s proposed M.A., this program also draws students from a wide range of professional backgrounds. In addition, the program at From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Southern Maine prepares students to use a range of interdisciplinary methodologies, “including folklore, literary studies, visual culture, landscape and cultural geography, architectural history, archaeology, cultural criticism, environmental studies and ethnography-but stresses From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the historicity of such practices, and of the culture and society they set out to explore.” (See the program website at this URL: http://www.usm.maine.edu/anes/about From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001/. Although KSU’s program will have a much more transnational and, indeed, a more global фокус that the program at Southern Maine, we expect to adapt their фокус on studying the local From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 region in a number of our courses, and we have been especially impressed by their emphasis on internships and project-based learning; their collaboration with area schools; and their adaptation of such approaches as From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 visual and material culture critique to their program.


For more information on the program at Southern Maine, contact our colleague Ardis Cameron (a former director of the M.A. there and one From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of the advisors who assisted our planning). Professor Cameron can be reached at acameron@usm.maine.edu or by phone at 207-780-4921.


A third outstanding M.A. program in American Studies that From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 has influenced our planning is located at California State, Fullerton. This program shares both a student profile similar to the one we anticipate for KSU’s M.A. and a curricular vision From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 with a stress on interdisciplinarity, cultural studies, historical understanding, and critical thinking skills.


The CSF program describes its program content as follows:

^ Major emphases in Cal State Fullerton's American Studies From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 M.A. Program:

• Our graduate program is grounded in a thorough understanding of the concept of culture.
It emphasizes cultural pluralism, examining the creative tension between unity and diversity in the American experience.

• It From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 is self-consciously interdisciplinary, requiring graduate students to integrate knowledge from the humanities and social sciences.

• It emphasizes the process of historical change, compelling students to trace the past sources From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of contemporary issues.

• It develops advanced research, writing and analytical skills. Through course work, consultation with faculty, and writing a thesis or comprehensive exam, graduate students become familiar with the theories and methods From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of American culture studies. (http://hss.fullerton.edu/amst/graduate.asp#majoremphasis)

In characterizing students enrolled in its M.A., the CSF program emphasizes the diversity of backgrounds and learning From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 goals evident among those in the graduate program:


Cal State Fullerton's American studies graduate students are a diverse group, coming to study with us from a wide variety of institutions and from regions From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 well beyond Southern California. While some were once our own undergraduates, many have arrived from elsewhere. In recent years, for example, we have graduate students from other CSU campuses, several campuses of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the UC system, various private colleges in California, Indiana University, North Carolina State University, S.U.N.Y. Fredonia, and Calvin College, Cornell, Georgetown, and University of Wisconsin, as well From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 as from institutions in South America, Asia, and Europe. . . .

The department is . . . quite receptive to applications from students with goals other than eventual doctoral study. Of current students, several are high school teachers From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 who desire advanced training in their subject areas. People from a wide range of other careers see our program as a means of enhancing their job skills. . . . (http://hss.fullerton.edu From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001/amst/graduate.asp#ourstudents)

For information on the CSF program, we recommend you contact our colleague Adam Golub at (714) 278-5899 or agolub@fullerton.edu.

The AMST program at the University of Wyoming is well From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 known for its emphasis on public practice, including opportunities for what that program delineates as “external internships” (i.e., through off-campus partnerships). One feature of this program which we found particularly From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 helpful was its tightly focused student learning outcomes and associated assessment rubrics. These are the University of Wyoming’s core learning outcomes:


Outcome 1: Students interpret a variety of objects significant to From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the study of American cultures.

Outcome 2: Students demonstrate professional competence in writing and speaking.

Outcome 3: Students produce professional research for a well-defined community (scholarly, public, or an appropriate combination).

Outcome 4: Students prepare themselves for From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 work beyond the MA in various capacities.

(See http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/AMS/N_assessment_ALL.asp#MA_in_American_Studies).


For additional information on the program at the University From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of Wyoming, we recommend that you contact the Director: ^ Eric J. Sandeen, Program Director, Professor of American Studies, Cooper House, Dept. 4036, 1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071; (307)766-3898.


Because the MA programs we studied From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 did not exhibit the emphasis on global learning and the vision for transnational American Studies we feel is crucial for KSU’s program, we also examined several exemplary Ph.D. programs at aspirational From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 institutions.

These include the programs at the University of Maryland, College Park, the University of Michigan, and the University of Minnesota (one of the oldest AMST programs in the country From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001). See overviews of these programs at the URLs listed below:


http://www.amst.umd.edu/About%20Us/Graduate/index.htm


http://www.lsa.umich.edu/ac/grad


http://cla.umn.edu/american/grad/phdreq.html


While all From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 these programs, as well as others discussed in sections 3 and 4.8, have helped to shape our planning, we believe the M.A. at Kennesaw State University will be unique in its blending of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 a global vision of American Studies with opportunities for local цивик engagement. Overall, American Studies at Kennesaw State is an interdisciplinary program very closely aligned with the particular mission of the university and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the needs of area communities. With a writing-intensive pedagogy and a commitment to project-based learning, the AMST will be linked to the professional development needs, interests, and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 abilities of students, their workplaces, and their larger community. Through an emphasis on diversity, a commitment to interdisciplinarity, and promotion of цивик engagement, the M.A. in American Studies will offer a degree program effectively From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 aligned with the university’s strategic vision and with important trends in AMST as an academic field.


7. Inventory of pertinent library resources. Indicate available library resources, including basic reference From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, bibliographic, and monographic works as well as major journal and serial sets; include any on-line resources which are pertinent to the program. How do library resources compare to those at institutions listed From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 in section 6? What additional library support must be added to support the proposed program, and what is the plan for acquiring this support?


Please see detailed inventory of holdings in the appendix From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. KSU has adequate library resources to support the program, especially through the increasing access to research materials provided by digital resources. New online subscriptions and book purchases to support the program can be From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 managed through normal growth patterns for the library collections. Indeed, a recent increase in holdings for the library and a commitment to enhanced funding over the long term bode well for the AMST From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 program’s research needs.


KSU already holds digital and/or paper copy subscriptions to the major journals used for research in American Studies, including the following: ^ American Quarterly (the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 major journal of the American Studies Association), American Literature, American Literary History, American Nineteenth-Century History, American History, American Studies International, Americas (Spanish), America’s Civil War, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, Journal of American Ethnic History, Journal of American Folklore, Journal of American History, MELUS, Public Historian.


KSU’s archival collections have grown substantially in recent years. New storage facilities and staff to support From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 accession will help encourage additional donations to the collection, in line with the Cobb County NAACP records recently acquired. Such primary materials will provide outstanding learning opportunities for M.A From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. students in AMST.


KSU’s library resources compare favorably with those at the peer M.A.-granting programs described in section 6. Perhaps even more important, KSU has a particularly fortunate location for study of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 historic sites and locales exhibiting trends in public life—an endeavor central to work in American Studies today. For instance, the Auburn Avenue Library, the Atlanta History Center, the Carter Center, and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 nearby collections at sister institutions such as Emory and the University of Georgia will be readily accessible to our students. In addition, public history sites such as New Echota (capital of the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Cherokee Nation during the 19th century) and the Kennesaw Mountain battlefield are within easy driving distance of the campus.


Given its emphasis on public partnerships and цивик engagement, this M.A From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. program will place a premium on primary research in non-academic settings, alongside tradition, library-based research. Students in the AMST program will benefit from the vibrant social and political life, shifting From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 geographic and population trends, political activities, environmental changes, and developments in the built environment of northwest Georgia. Indeed, the entire region will be available as a living library of engaged scholarship.


8. Describe the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 desired qualifications of the students who will be recruited and admitted to the proposed program, including ethnic populations that will be targeted.


Basic requirements for admission to the M.A. in AMST From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 will be



An From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 applicant will submit:


The professional profile of students we expect to enroll in this M.A. program is consistent with the description of membership From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 in the American Studies Association (ASA), the primary professional organization in the field. The ASA describes its membership as follows:

Chartered in 1951, the American Studies Association now has more than 5,000 members. . . . They include From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 persons concerned with American culture: teachers and other professionals whose interests extend beyond their [discipline-based] specialty, . . . museum directors and librarians interested in all segments of American life, public officials and administrators From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 concerned with the broadest aspects of education. They approach American culture from many directions but have in common the desire to view America as a whole rather from the perspective of a From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 single discipline.

See http://www.georgetown.edu/crossroads/AmericanStudiesAssn/about/


The profile is also consistent with the ASA constitution’s definition of American Studies as an object of academic study:

Sec. 2 The object From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of the association shall be the promotion of the study of American culture through the encouragement of research, teaching, publication, the strengthening of relations among persons and institutions in this country From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and abroad devoted to such studies, and the broadening of knowledge among the general public about American culture in all its diversity and complexity.

See http://www.georgetown.edu/crossroads/AmericanStudiesAssn From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001/about/asaconst2000.htm#article-1


Given the content of the proposed curriculum, our recruiting efforts should attract applicants from numerous ethnic groups currently under-represented in graduate programs within the University System of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Georgia. For instance, we expect students to be drawn to our inclusion of Latino Studies and Asian Studies content in a range of course offerings, as well as opportunities to do practicum work with From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 local immigrant communities from a range of ethnic backgrounds. At KSU, we will especially target undergraduates enrolled in the African and African Diaspora undergraduate major and the minors in Native American and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Asian Studies.

As outlined earlier in this proposal, our partnerships with institutions that offer American Studies overseas will allow us to target international students, whose presence in the program will enrich From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the learning experience of local Georgians and all others in the program. Like U.S.-based business and community leaders who recognize the need for an American Studies program within the University of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Georgia system, a number of KSU’s international partners have encouraged development of this proposal. International students stand to benefit in a wide range of ways from enrolling in an M.A From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. in American Studies. Whether they hope for careers in the U.S. or for continued interactions with U.S. connections after returning home, international students and their employers can clearly benefit From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 from a program focused not just on U.S. studies but on cross-cultural exchange. (See, for instance, Henry Yu, “How Tiger Woods Lost His Stripes: Post-Nationalist American Studies From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 as a History of Race, Migration, and the Commodification of Culture,” in Post-Nationalist American Studies, ed. John Carlos Rowe). Our own program’s ongoing exchanges with an American Studies faculty and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 student group in Morocco have been helpful to our planning along these lines. For instance, these interactions have underscored the sustained benefits U.S. students derive from comparative study of American culture From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and the attraction that study of “America” has among international students, whom we envision as an important contingent in the M.A. program’s population. Bringing international students together with U.S.-based From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 professionals in the classrooms for KSU’s American Studies M.A. will, in turn, produce longstanding benefits for the state’s social, economic, and political environment.


9. Facilities—Describe the facilities available From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 for the proposed program. How do these facilities and equipment compare to those of excellent programs elsewhere? What new facilities and equipment are required, and what is the plan for acquiring these facilities From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and equipment?


KSU is well positioned in terms of facilities to deliver a program comparable to excellent ones elsewhere. The M.A. program in American Studies will be housed in the new From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Social Sciences building at KSU, which opened in the winter term of 2007. This “green” building has won accolades from students, faculty, and administration for its state-of-the-art classroom spaces, organized in From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 a wide range of formats, as well as for its attractive and highly functional office spaces, its large public areas (including auditorium-style facilities and public social spaces), and its ability to provide From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the newest in technology-enhanced teaching.

The strong commitment that the College of Humanities and Social Sciences has мейд to the proposed program is reflected in its having being From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 assigned shared space in an interdisciplinary suite of offices linking faculty from several related enterprises (e.g., Gender and Women’s Studies, African and African Diaspora Studies).

Classroom space and technology are From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 already adequate to support the delivery of courses for the program. Office space for teaching faculty has been identified from rooms on-hand. (A number of program faculty members already have office space in their From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 current home discipline departments within the Social Science building or nearby buildings serving humanities programs.) Office space for the director is already available in the new Social Sciences building. Office From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 space for the secretarial/administrative staff member who will be hired to support the program is available in the suite where American Studies coordinators are already positioned. Overall, Kennesaw State has From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 all facilities needed to launch the program.

KSU’s new Social Sciences building has outstanding facilities for delivery of the proposed M.A. program. Since the primary audience for the program will From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 be working professionals, courses will be delivered in the evening. While classroom space is tight during the day in the Social Sciences building due to KSU’s burgeoning undergraduate population, some classrooms are From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 vacant in the evening due to lower demand for courses during that time period. Therefore, assigning American Studies M.A. courses to the evening hours will help maximize our use of the new building From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. Given the M.A.’s фокус on cultural production and critique, students will clearly benefit from the state-of-the-art instructional technology available in the new Social Sciences From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 building’s classrooms.

Looking ahead to the launch of the American Studies M.A., several faculty members relocated their offices into the new building when it opened, to facilitate program planning. The building has From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 adequate space to accommodate new hires who will work in the program as well.


10. Administration

Director:

As an interdisciplinary program, the M.A. in American Studies at KSU will be administered under the leadership From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of the dean’s office for the College of HSS. Building upon such successful on-campus models as the Professional Teacher Education Unit, the program draws faculty from multiple From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 departments and colleges. Like some PTEU programs in teacher preparation (e.g., the M.A.T.) and graduate studies in education, and like the Master of Arts in Professional Writing and the Master From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001’s degree in Conflict Management, the program will be led by a director rather than a department chair. Curriculum will be managed by a committee of faculty teaching in the program.


^ Program Faculty:

Program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 faculty have already been identified and have formally affiliated with American Studies, several through formal joint appointments. Faculty have collaborated with the Dean of HSS to develop a shared governance document From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 for the program and have followed its guidelines in developing curriculum. A committee from within this group has also developed expectations for promotion and tenure of joint-appointment faculty members. Clear expectations From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 for service to the program (e.g., committee work) have been articulated and communicated to chairs in discipline departments where many program faculty are tenured; those faculty have woven these expectations into the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 annual review documents and faculty performance agreements they prepare annually for submission to department chairs. These measures ensure that the program will have more than adequate support for teaching and service.


Staff From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001:

American Studies coordinators for the undergraduate minor and the director for the M.A. are already housed in a shared administrative space with other HSS interdisciplinary programs (e.g., Gender and From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Women’s Studies, African and African Diaspora Studies) in KSU’s new Social Sciences building. Bringing administrative leadership for these programs together has promoted collaboration and efficiency and has begun the process of From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 building a staff infrastructure that can help the transition to launching the M.A.

Consistent with the pattern for other M.A.-level degrees in the College (e.g., the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Master of Arts in Professional Writing and the Masters in Conflict Management), a dedicated staff position to support the program will be created before actual start-up. In the meantime, the administrative manager From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and student assistants in the interdisciplinary HSS suite are providing staff support.


  1. ^ Assessment—Indicate the measures that will be taken to assess the effectiveness of the program and the learning outcomes From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of students enrolled.


a) program assessment—the program as a whole

The program will be assessed on an ongoing basis. Components supporting this effort may include the following: exit interviews and/or online surveys From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 with graduates; online surveys of (or interviews/фокус groups with) graduates who completed the program several years earlier; and/or a фокус group or фокус groups of employers who have hired From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 graduates.

A crucial part of program assessment will be to rotate detailed evaluation of students’ experiences (and their degree of success in attaining learning outcomes) across the required courses, focusing on From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 one per year: AMST 7000, AMST 7100, AMST 7500, and AMST 7900. This process will include review of representative formative evaluations for the required courses and whole-class questionnaires focused more on course content and students’ self-assessments From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 than on the individual teaching effectiveness of an individual instructor. To develop summative instruments for assessing the required courses, on a rotating basis, we will adapt models from the M.S From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. in Conflict Management, which has developed a series of surveys students can take after completing various core courses.

As one example of a broad-based program assessment tool we plan to use, please From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 see in the appendix the draft exit survey we plan to administer to all program graduates. This survey is an adaptation of one already being used quite effectively for the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Master of Arts in Professional Writing, also in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.


b) assessing students’ achievement of learning outcomes


To assess individual students’ level of success achieving the program’s learning outcomes From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, several measures will be used, including the following:


1) A rubric rating students as meeting, not meeting, or exceeding expectations in regard to learning outcomes emphasized in each core course (i From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001.e., collaborative skills in the methods class [AMST 7100] and understanding of diversity and inclusion within American Studies scholarship in the AMST 7000 course).

2) A rubric rating students as meeting, not meeting, or exceeding expectations for learning From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 outcomes linked to the experiential learning requirement;

3) A rubric rating students as meeting, not meeting, or exceeding expectations for the capstone, with those expectations (and specific learning objectives) derived From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 primarily from the student’s own capstone proposal.


For a list of learning outcomes and a tracking of when they will be assessed, please see the distribution requirements chart earlier in this proposal for program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 learning outcomes.


12. Accreditation—Where applicable, identify accrediting agencies and show how the program meets the criteria of these agencies. Append standards and criteria to the proposal. Provide evidence that the institution From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 has notified SACS of its intent to apply for a change in degree level, if appropriate.

There is currently no accrediting agency for programs in American Studies. However, the M.A From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. program in American Studies will be closely aligned with best practices and program models promoted by the American Studies Association.

No SACS review will be needed,


13. Affirmative Action Impact—Indicate what impact the implementation From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 of the proposed program will have on the institution’s desegregation and affirmative action programs. Include information relating to faculty, staff, administrators, and students.


Given the content of its curriculum From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, goals and objectives of the program, the M.A. in American Studies will have a highly positive impact on the recruitment and retention of faculty and students from underrepresented groups.


Recruitment of students From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and faculty from underrepresented groups will continue to be a priority. At present the American Studies faculty already includes a number of members from underrepresented groups (i.e. African, African American From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, international). KSU, CHSS, and American Studies already benefit from KSU’s location in the Atlanta metropolitan area and the changing demographics in the north Georgia area in the last five years. The university’s From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 rapid growth (and concomitant program development opportunities) also are attractive to many potential recruits. CHSS and AS already have implemented practices that faculty have identified as important to retention -- funding for From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 professional development, flex-time, flexible working structures that allow for fulfillment of family obligations, and a 360 review of administrators.1 Additionally, the AS coordinator was significantly involved in the recent hiring of the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 campus’s new Chief Diversity Officer and expects to maintain a close relationship with that office. This partnership will help the AS program adopt “best practices” in developing and maintaining a From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 supportive environment for underrepresented faculty, staff, and students.


To recruit, maintain, and graduate students from underrepresented groups, the AMST faculty are committed to creating a supportive academic environment, strong and active From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 mentoring, and collaborative learning between students and faculty – all practices that should support the retention, progress, and graduation rates of underrepresented students. Various faculty-led programs and initiatives are already in place that From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 enhance student-faculty collaboration and mentoring opportunities, including an internship that involves students in academically rigorous community-based research, and a graduate capstone course that requires students to develop a research project or a From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 project using interdisciplinary methods from American Studies to investigate questions consistent with the program’s mission and the student’s professional goals. Additionally, many courses in the program utilize project-based learning From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, which by its very nature increases faculty-student interaction and fosters constructivist learning. Additionally, some individual faculty members have adopted learner-centered pedagogy in their classrooms, including the use of student From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001-led goal-setting, research, and assessment. AMST already sponsors and co-sponsors public programs showcasing work by and about underrepresented communities and will expand this work when the MA program is launched From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. Toward this end, AMST maintains a close relationship and co-sponsors programs with Gender and Women’s Studies, Asian Studies, Peace Studies, Environmental Studies, and African and African Diaspora Studies—all of which From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 are linked under a new program cluster of Cultural and Regional Studies in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Through such collaboration, the program seeks to create a dynamic From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, learning environment beyond the classroom that enhances the appreciation for the range of American identities and practices and the human experience itself.


The AMST program is also committed to continually assessing its progress toward From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 affirmative action goals. With that in mind, its faculty will regularly complete a SWOT analysis around issues of diversity and inclusion. As soon as the program proposal is accepted From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, the faculty will complete a five-year plan toward recruiting and maintaining a diverse body of faculty and students. They will be aided in that regard by data already assembled over the past two From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 years as part of KSU’s Diversity and Equity Assessment Initiative, co-facilitated by KSU Legal Affairs director Flora Devine and AMST faculty member Sarah Robbins. Looking ahead, the AMST program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 plans to serve as a partner and resource for KSU’s new Chief Diversity Officer, who is now beginning work on a new strategic plan for diversity and inclusion at Kennesaw State.


^ 14. Degree From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Inscription: M.A. in American Studies; CIP code: 05.0102


15. Fiscal and Enrollment Impact, and Estimated Budget. Complete the following pages to indicate the expected EFT and head count student enrollment, estimated expenditures From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, and projected revenues for the first three years of the program. Include both the redirection of existing resources and anticipated or requested new resources. Institutional commitment of funds should be consistent with From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the centrality and level of priority that are assigned to the program in the proposal. Second and third-year estimates should be in constant dollars—do not allow for inflationary adjustments or anticipated pay From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 increases. Include a budget narrative that is descriptive of significant line items and the specific redirection of resources envisioned.


  1. ^ ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS


Enrollment projections for this program have been based upon the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 history of a comparable Master’s degree program at KSU (the Master of Arts in Professional Writing) and programs at sister institutions with a similar profile (e.g., public, professionally oriented). The program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 can be expected to grow over time consistent with institutional planning.





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Third Year













^ A. Student majors










1. shifted from other programs

0

0

0

2. new to institution

20

26

30

Total majors

20

42

46

B. Course sections satisfying From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 program requirements










^ 1. previously existing

2 (Study Abroad)

13

20

2. new

9

5

3

Total program course sections

11

18

23

C. credit hours generated by those courses










^ 1. existing enrollments

0

0

0

2. new enrollments

495

(11 sections x 15 students each)

972

(18 sections x 18 students each)

1242

(23 sections x 18 students each)

D. degrees awarded

0

15

20


^ II. COSTS/BUDGET

A. Personnel From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001—reassigned or existing positions

YEAR ONE YEAR TWO YEAR THREE




EFT

Dollars

EFT

Dollars

EFT

Dollars

1. faculty

1

60,000

2

120,000

3

180,000

Part-time



















Grad asst

2

21,000

4

42,000

4

42,000

Admin

1

110,000

1

110,000

1

110,000

Admin Support

0

0

0

0

0

0

Fringes .3 for full-time




51,000




69000




87000

Other personnel costs



















Total existing personnel costs




182,000




221,000




239,000


B. Personnel—New Positions

^ YEAR ONE YEAR TWO YEAR THREE





EFT

Dollars

EFT

Dollars

EFT

Dollars

1. faculty

0

0

1/2

30,000

1

60,000

Part-time

0

0

0

0

0

0

Grad asst

2

21,000

4

42,000

4

42,000

Admin

0

0

0

0

0

0

Support

1

28,000

1

28,000

1

28,000

Fringes .3 for From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 full-time




8400




17400




26400

Other personnel costs



















Total

New personnel




57,400




117,400




156,400


^ C. Start-up Costs

YR 1 YR 2 YR 3





Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Library/learning resources

0

0

0

Equipment

0

0

0

Other

2,000

0

0

Total

Start-up

2,000

0

0


^ D. Physical Facilities –0 new cost


E. Operating Costs

YR 1 YR 2 YR 3





Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Supplies/expenses

8,000

8,000

8,000

Travel

4,000

4,000

4,000

Equipment

1,000

2,000

3,000

Library/learning resources

0

500

500

Other

0

0

0

Total

recurring

13,000

14,500

15,500


^ TOTAL COSTS

YR 1 YR 2 YR 3





Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Reassigned personnel

182,000

221,000

239,000

New personnel

57,400

117,400

156,400

Start From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001-up

2,000

0

0

Phys. facilities

0

0

0

Operating

13000

14,500

15,500




254,400

352,900

410,900


^ III. REVENUE SOURCES

  1. SOURCES OF FUNDS

YR 1 YR 2 YR 3





Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

reallocation

108,900

62,484

33,424

New student workload

0

0




New student tuition

88,100

173,016

221,076

Federal funds

0

0

0

Other grants

0

0

0

Student fees

0

0

0

other

0







subtotal

197,010

197,010

254,500







Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

New state allocation requested

57400

117,400

156,400

Grand total revenues

254,400

352,900

410,900



^ BUDGET NARRATIVE

II. Costs


II A. Personnel:

No new faculty members are From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 required to start up the M.A. in American Studies. The equivalent of 1 faculty member will be reassigned (i.e., 4 faculty members for one course each per term). The Program Director will From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 be a senior faculty member or administrator re-assigned to this position for administrative and teaching duties.


^ II. B. New personnel:

One administrative staff position will be needed at launch, as From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 outlined earlier, to handle graduate applications, coordinate scheduling, support needs of foreign students, assist with program-to-student communications, and manage tasks associated with program capstones and graduation.


Once the program is From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 operating and enrollment grows, we project that one additional full-time, tenure-track faculty member will be needed every 2-3 years, though each of these hires would have additional teaching responsibilities within the College of HSS From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001. Cost for this faculty member will be covered by new enrollments associated with the program.


^ II. C. Start-up costs


One-Time Startup costs

Approximately $2,000 for printing and distributing brochures to advertise the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 program to its core audiences


No additional facilities are required for the program.

II. D. Physical Facilities –0 new cost (Existing classrooms and offices are adequate.)


II E—Operating Costs

Projected operating costs From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 are based upon comparisons with other M.A. programs in the College and would include normal office supplies, equipment, and travel for faculty


  1. ^ REVENUE SOURCES



New tuition:

  1. year one:

495 credit hours x $178 tuition per credit From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 hour = 88,100


  1. year two: 972 credit hours x $178 tuition per credit hour = 173,016


3) year three: 1242 credit hours x $178 tuition per credit hour = 221,076


^ Anticipated Grants and contracts:


Given the program’s emphasis on цивик engagement From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 and community outreach, there is solid potential for securing grant funding, particularly in the areas of community studies and humanities curriculum development. Likely funders include the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Rockefeller Foundation From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001, the Kellogg Foundation, and the Форд Foundation. (While such funds will substantially enhance the quality of the program, they are not accessible for day-to-day administrative costs.)


Faculty who From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 will be active in the M.A. have already secured substantial grants in the past from such funding agencies as the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Georgia Humanities Council, the National From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Writing Project, and the DeWitt Wallace Readers’ Digest Foundation. The prestige and intellectual energy associated with an M.A. program will enhance faculty members’ ability to attract similar grants in the future.


^ Other Avenues for From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Partnerships, Program Extensions, and Additional Revenue

The American Studies program, with its emphasis on cross-cultural exchange, migration and diasporas, цивик engagement and informed citizenship, will contribute to and augment From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 community outreach programming (e.g., conferences, workshops) offered by various centers and program on campus, including the Center for Hispanic Studies, Center for Development of Asian Studies, and the Institute for Global Initiatives. Expanded From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 program offerings linking American Studies with such partners might take the form of special Maymester courses; summer, or evening courses on American culture for targeted business cohorts and workers from non-profit settings From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001; as well as NEH-funded summer curriculum development institutes for schoolteachers not formally enrolled in the program.


Note: Although these income sources are likely, we have not included them in the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 3-year budget, so as to avoid budgeting “soft” funds for basic program costs. Income from grants and contracts will be used to augment such areas as graduate assistant funds, library and other From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 teaching resources.


Appendices



Topic/Item

Appendix #

Changing Demographics in Northwest Georgia

1

Chronology of Program Development in American Studies--KSU

2

Potential Internship Sites

3

Draft Guidelines for Capstones

4

Draft Administrative Calendar

5

Inventory of CVs for Program Faculty

6

Library Holdings in From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 American Studies

7

Draft Exit Survey for Program Assessment

8



























Appendix #1


ARC Data on Increasing Diversity

in Northwest Georgia


The Atlanta Regional Commission’s recent portrait of northwest Georgia’s shifting population trends documents one need driving KSU From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001’s proposal for an M.A. in American Studies. The profile of residents in our region is changing, so a curricular program that will prepare students for productivity and цивик leadership in a region From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 with increasing diversity is essential. According to ARC data:


“The vast majority of the 20-county region’s growth this decade has come from non-whites, according to recent data from the From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 U.S. Census Bureau. Some 75 percent of all growth since 2000 has come from non-whites, with the African-American population adding the most. . . . [B]etween 2000 and 2006, the Census Bureau estimates

that From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 the 20-county Atlanta region added more than 371,000 African-Americans, which is approximately 41 percent of all growth experienced during the period. ^ To put this in perspective, only one other state, Florida, added more African-Americans during From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 that time. (See www.census.gov/popest/estimates.php).


In 2000, the White, non-Hispanic population comprised 60 percent of the 20-county’s total population. In just six years, that share has From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 dropped to 54 percent, while every other race/ethnicity has increased their shares. The share of Hispanic population jumped from seven percent in 2000 to 10 percent by 2006; African-American share increased from 28 percent to From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 31 percent, and the Asian population went from a share of 3.3 percent in 2000 to 4.1 percent in 2006.” (See “Regional Snapshot: Region’s Diversity Booming,” May 2008 ARC Report).


^ Table 1 – Population by

Appendix #2

Chronology of Program From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park: Activism, Culture, and American Studies, by Paul Lauter, Duke U Press, 2001 Development

American Studies Graduate Program for KSU

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