Monday, March 9, 2009

Historian Honored

Below is a press statement released this afternoon from the Idaho Democratic Legislative Caucus:
Press release

Monday, March 9, 2009

For immediate release

Idaho Legislature recognizes longtime ISU Professor Dr. Ronald Hatzenbuehler

BOISE – The Idaho Legislature has passed a proclamation honoring Dr. Ronald Hatzenbuehler for receiving the 2008 Idaho Humanities Council’s Outstanding Achievement in Humanities Award.

The proclamation, sponsored by Senator Dick Sagness, also recognizes Hatzenbuehler for his decades of service to the State of Idaho as a teacher and scholar at Idaho State University, where he has taught since 1972. Hatzenbuehler is well known for his many scholarly writings on topics ranging from population trends to U.S. presidents.

Dr. Hatzenbuehler has been incredibly supportive of my academic career as well as the final processing of the Stallings Collection. His service to this campus and this state is greatly appreciated and this honor is well-deserved. Congratulations, Dr. Hatzenbuehler!

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