The Graduate Program in Policy History at BGSU welcomed a new cohort of Masters students into the department!
Students were presented University-mandated sessions on issues like disabilities, counseling services, training for teaching and research asssitantships. History Graduate Students had sessions on Academic Requirements and Time Management, Ethics and Professionalism, What to Expect in Assistantships, and Graduate Faculty and Graduate Student Roundtables. Students received information from Dr. Michael Brooks, Graduate Coordinator for the Department of History, as well as a roundtable with Dr. Nicole Jackson, Dr. Benjamin Greene and Dr. Scott Martin, Chair of the Department of History. Dr. Ruth Herndon provided materials in her absence on professionalism as graduate students. Rachel Pawlowicz, a returning Masters student, served as Department Leader for the week, and coordinated each session.
New Masters students participating in GSO week were: Alexandra Schmidt, Travis Snyder, Anthony Pearson, Liz Adamo, Lanna Demers, Hannah Caton, Aaron Lewis, Joe Lueck, Verena Holler, Victoria Harwood, Ashley Stevens, and Brian Yeager.