About My Teaching:
Liz Skilton teaches courses on U.S., gender, and environmental history. This includes survey courses, upper-level, and graduate-level. She seeks to connect with her students through the use of multiple forms of media, digital assignments, and field excursions (such as kayaking trips to review the effect of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the wetlands). Her teaching has won awards, including the UL Lafayette Friends of the Humanities Founder's Award for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Humanities Teaching & Research.
Some of her courses include: