Gerald Ronning
Professor and Chair of Liberal Arts
PhD, University of Colorado-Boulder
MA, New York University
BA, Carleton College

In addition to his doctorate in history, Gerald Ronning holds an MA in history from New York University.

At the University of Colorado–Boulder, Ronning taught in the minority arts and sciences program and won the Graduate Teaching Excellence Award. He has also coordinated the roadside historical marker program for the Colorado Historical Society. His scholarship has won prizes from the Center for the American West and the Labor and Working Class History Association, and he is the 2013 recipient of the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award. His current research is in US labor and cultural history.