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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Phi Alpha Theta Trip to the Hayes Presidential Center

Phi Alpha Theta, the history honorary at Bowling Green State University, recently made a field trip to the Rutherford Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont, Ohio. Meghan Wonderley, a former intern and current volunteer at the Hayes Center, organized the trip, which included lunch at the Fremont Depot, a tour of the Hayes Library with Curator […]

Excellence in History: The Graduate Awards

The Graduate Awards for the Department of History at BGSU were given on Friday, May 2nd in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union as part of the Department of History’s Excellence in History celebration. The Lawrence Friedman Thesis/Dissertation Award was presented to Christian Lengyel for his Outstanding Thesis, “Pictures of a Forgotten Past: The Socio-Historic Significance of […]

Faykosh/Jackson Appearance on BG24 Released

An episode of BG24’s Public Affairs program filmed in February has been made available, featuring two members of the Department of History, Joe Faykosh and Dr. Nicole Jackson. Faykosh, a doctoral candidate studying FDR and the 1920s Democratic Party, was asked to speak about President’s Day while Jackson, a professor who focuses on African American […]

Excellence in History: Phi Alpha Theta Officer Recognition

The Gamma Upsilon Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta held their induction ceremony as part of the Excellence in History at BGSU celebration on Friday, May 2 in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union. Part of the induction included recognition of the contribution of the officers for the 2013-2014 school year. They were: President Joe Faykosh, Vice President […]

Excellence in History: Phi Alpha Theta Induction

New members of the Gamma Upsilon chapter Phi Alpha Theta were inducted on Friday, May 2nd in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union as part of the Department of History’s Excellence in History celebration. Phi Alpha Theta is the History honorary at Bowling Green State University. While initiates must fulfill a GPA and history credit hour requirement, […]

Excellence in History: History Society

Members of History Society were recognized on Friday, May 2nd in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union as part of the Department of History’s Excellence in History celebration. The History Society is a campus organization striving to cultivate the passion for history among all students, regardless of major. Dr. Beth Griech-Polelle served as the group’s advisor, and […]

Excellence in History: Undergraduate History Awards

The Undergraduate Awards from the Department of History at BGSU were given on Friday, May 2nd in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union as part of the Department of History’s Excellence in History celebration. The Jo Enger Arthur Scholarship for Study Abroad, awarded to a junior or senior history major who is studying abroad, was awarded to […]

Excellence in History: Undergraduate Research Symposium

The Undergraduate Research Symposium for the Department of History at BGSU was held on Friday, May 2nd in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union as part of the Department of History’s Excellence in History celebration. Six undergraduate were chosen to present their original scholarship as part of the Symposium, chosen by faculty based on research papers turned […]

Faykosh Presents PAT Professionalism Forum on Conferences

Joe Faykosh, a Doctoral candidate in the Graduate Program in Policy History and president of the Gamma Upsilon chapter of the History honorary Phi Alpha Theta, presented a Professionalism Forum on presenting at conferences on May 1st. Titled “So, You Want to Present at a Conference?” the Forum discussed reasons for presenting at conferences, turning […]

Martin Brownbag Research Forum on The Strickman Filter

Dr. Scott Martin presented his original research on the Strickman Filter in the Brownbag Research Forum on Wednesday, April 30. The lecture was part of his keynote presentation at last summer’s annual meeting of the Alcohol and Drugs History Society in London, which also made him president of the group. Titled “The Rise and Fall […]

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