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The Graduate Awards were presented by graduate coordinator Dr. Michael Brooks on Friday, April 24 at the “Excellence in History” celebration. The following were recognized:

Outstanding Teaching Assistant: Michael Ginnetti, for his work in Dr. Benjamin Greene and Dr. Rebecca Mancuso’s courses.

Outstanding Seminar Paper: Joe Lueck, for his paper “‘Gun Battle on Prospect’: Competing Visions of Heroism in Dirty Thirties Bowling Green,” written for Dr. Rebecca Mancuso’s local history seminar.

Outstanding Departmental Citizen: Michael Ginnetti.

Outstanding Dissertation: Jay Perry, for his work, titled “The Chinese Question: California, British Columbia, and the Making of Transnational Immigration, 1847-1885.” Dr. Jay Perry¬†was advised by Dr. Rebecca Mancuso (dissertation advisor), Dr. Scott Martin, Dr. Vibha Bhalla, and Dr. Eber Dena.

Joe Lueck receiving the Seminar Paper award

Joe Lueck receiving the Seminar Paper award

Michael Ginnetti receiving the Departmental Citizen and Teaching Assistant Awards

Michael Ginnetti receiving the Departmental Citizen and Teaching Assistant Awards