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Fawn-Amber Montoya

Director of Honors andAssociate Professor of History/
Colorado State University-Pueblo

Fawn-Amber Montoya completed her MA and PhD at the University of Arizona. Montoya completed a pre-doctoral fellowship at Texas Tech University before accepting a Tenure-Track line at Colorado State University- Pueblo. Montoya is the director of University Honors and teaches in the Chicano Studies program and History department. Dr. Montoya is the author of a number of publications and has been awarded University Awards in Excellence for Service and Student Advising and Mentoring.

Books

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Articles

Children and Youth during the Gilded Age and Progressive Era,

“Model Schools and Field Days: Colorado Fuel and Iron’s Construction of Education and Recreation for Children, 1901-1918,”


Published: Mar 25, 2018 by Children and Youth during the Gilded Age and Progressive Era,
Authors: James Marten Ed
Subjects: Gender & Intersectionality Studies, History

Chapter address construction of citizenship for children in southern Colorado during the Progressive Era

Beginning a Career in Academia: A Guide for Graduate Students of Color

Identifying Search Committee Expectations of Token Hires during the Interview Process"


Published: Jan 01, 2015 by Beginning a Career in Academia: A Guide for Graduate Students of Color
Authors: Dwayne A. Mack, Elwood D. Watson, Michelle M. Camacho.

Co-authored chapter that offers advice for graduate students of color on the hiring process at universities.