Beth Kreydatus, Associate Professor

Photo of Beth KreydatusHarris Hall, Room 5145
1015 Floyd Avenue
Richmond, VA 23284
Box 842015

Beth Kreydatus joined the Focused Inquiry faculty in 2007, and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2014. She teaches UNIV 111, 112, and 200, and since the fall of 2014, she has offered a Service Learning section of Focused Inquiry, where her students mentor middle and high school students at an area non-profit school, St. Joseph’s Villa. She specializes in teaching International Students and English Language Learners, and has collaborated with VCU’s Global Education Office to teach a “Bridge” version of Focused Inquiry. Dr. K previously taught U.S. history at Bloomsburg University, Christopher Newport University, and at the College of William and Mary, where she received her doctorate in U. S. history, with a specialization in American women’s history. Her current research interests include twentieth-century Richmond history, especially African American and women’s history, and twentieth-century American social and cultural history. She also has a deep enthusiasm for children’s books, having read so many of them to her small children.

Virginia Commonwealth University

Department of Focused Inquiry

Harris Hall, 5th Floor
1015 Floyd Avenue
Box 842015
Richmond, Virginia 23284-2015

Phone: 804-827-0838

Updated: 6/10/2019

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