NKU history professor and author Dr. Paul Tenkotte will discuss the history of poverty in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati.
An NKU Social Studies Education major was one of two winners of Steely Library's annual Celebration Research Award for his project on ancient Carthage.
NKU History Professor Emeritus, Dr. James Ramage, speaks on the role General Grant played in the Vicksburg Campaign at the annual Hoosier Blue and Gray Civil War Roundtable.
Heritage Village Museum Director and NKU Public History alum Steve Preston explores the historical importance of the Ohio Valley.
Join us for the final City Barbeque Food for Thought series event with the return of Professor Kathleen Quinn from the NKU History and Geography Department.
A review of Kentuckians recently named to organizational leadership roles, including NKU's Dr. Paul Tenkotte.
Students and faculty from several departments and programs at NKU--including History and Geography--have spent much of the May term excavating at the Parker Academy site in New Richmond, Ohio.
Dr. Tenkotte recalls Tuesday, April 23, 1968, when a devastating tornado hit Falmouth, Kentucky. Were you there? Were your parents or grandparents?