Faculty & Staff Profile
MA, History, University of Texas at Arlington
PhD, Transatlantic History, University of Texas at Arlington
A native of Salt Lake City and a 2000 graduate of Rowland Hall, Nate returned to the school as a faculty member in August 2012 after teaching at Fort Worth Country Day in Fort Worth, TX, for eight years. At Rowland Hall, Nate serves as the Upper School History Department chair and currently teaches United States history and AP United States History. In previous years, Nate has taught AP European History, Europe and the Atlantic World, and has also offered elective courses in transatlantic slavery and disability history. Nate earned his BA in history and art history from Columbia University, graduating in 2004 with departmental honors in history. He earned his MA in history and his PhD in transatlantic history from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2008 and 2015, respectively. His scholarship has appeared in the Journal of Mormon History, Disability Studies Quarterly, and Pennsylvania History. Nate and his wife, Anna, have two children, David (class of 2030) and Miriam (class of 2032), and enjoy the recreation (and lack of humidity) that Utah has to offer.
Nate was the recipient of the 2020 Upper School Sumner Family Excellence In Teaching Award.