Dr. Myhr is an Associate Professor of History in the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences. She serves as the Associate Dean of the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences and is the Course Coordinator for CULF 3331: Contemporary World Issues.

Dr. Myhr teaches History, Global Studies and Cultural Foundations courses focusing primarily on World and European History. She co-directs the Workshops for Global Understanding each semester which serves students taking CULF 3330: History and Evolution of Global Processes and CULF 3331: Contemporary World Issues. Each fall semester she teaches in the Leadership LLC.  She has served as the CTE Faculty Fellow in Global Learning. Dr. Myhr has taken students to the St. Edward's campus in Angers, France for three semesters. Her research focuses on Early Modern religious women and The Reformation.

Year Started

2002

Languages Spoken

French

Education

Ph.D. in Early Modern European History at The University of Texas at Austin, 1999

M.A. in European History at The University of Texas at Austin, 1993

B.A. in History at Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi, 1989