Dr. Terri Anderson
Faculty - History

Terri Anderson is an Assistant Professor of History at Arkansas State University Mountain Home, where she has been teaching since 2010. She has more than 18 years teaching history in the community college system.
Prior to her appointment at ASUMH, Dr. Anderson was an Assistant Professor of History at Bluegrass Community College in Lexington, KY. Additionally, she created and set up the Social Science division at three branch campuses of BCTC. She was involved in the International Teaching Association, where she taught Modern Europe and Czech Republic/German History in Prague, Czech Republic, during summer semesters.
Before Dr. Anderson became a Professor of History, she was Director/Curator at the Kentucky Music Museum and Hall of Fame, where she was responsible for designing the new building, creating exhibits by working with professional entertainers of music who were born in Kentucky in acquiring personal artifacts; to name a few were The Everly Bros., Loretta Lynn, Backstreet Boys, The Judds, Nappy Root, and the River City Drum Corp. Dr. Anderson was the first designer and coordinator for the Inaugural Music Gala.
She was also involved with history programming at the Mary Todd Lincoln House, Lexington History Museum in Lexington, Boonesborough Historical Site, and the Frazier Historical Arms and International History Museum in Louisville. As a professional reenactor, Dr. Anderson performed at Revolutionary War sites Blue Licks and Philadelphia; at the War of 1812 site, Fort Meigs; and at Civil War sites including Gettysburg, Antietam, Chickamauga, Perryville, and Shiloh.
At ASUMH, Dr. Anderson involves her history students with the community by having them complete history projects at the Baxter County Historical Society and the Wolf House in Norfork.
Dr. Anderson holds a Doctor of Education in Instructional Leadership degree from Northcentral University, a Master of Arts degree in History from Arkansas State University, a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and an Associate of Arts degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Dryer Hall D316


Mandatory Password Reset for All ASUMH Users

Passwords were reset for all ASUMH users at 7:25 pm, April 21, 2022. If you reset your password before this time, please reset it again, and then you should be able to access your email and portal information.

If you are unable to login on an ASUMH-issued laptop, use your phone or another computer and go to portal.asumh.edu to reset your password.

If you do not know your ASUMH ID, please call 870-508-6101 to verify that.

If you have any questions, please contact ASUMH IT at helpdesk@asumh.edu or call 870-508-6223. Please leave a voicemail, as they are likely helping other students and faculty.  A voicemail will immediately notify the staff that you have issues you are unable to resolve.

Thank you for your patience during this time.

Still have questions?

A password reset server is available for you to change your password 24/7. Please use the following link to reset your password:  https://webapps.asumh.edu/changepassword
If you are logged onto a campus computer, you can use CTRL-ALT-delete and then "Change a Password" to set a new password. If you still have trouble with the login, please call the ASU System Help Desk at (870) 701-0523.

John Doe
Sign Up For Our Email List

Need Help Finding Anything?

Need Help Finding Anything?

modal Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

Go To Top