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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Faykosh Presents at PAT Forum: “So, You Want to Get a Ph.D.?”

Joe Faykosh presented a Phi Alpha Theta Professionalism Forum titled “So, You Want to Get a Ph.D.?” on Thursday, November 20 to first and second year Masters students interested in the doctoral process. Faykosh discussed his own experience as a doctoral student and then provided information on identifying programs, crafting application materials, dos and don’ts […]

BGSU History Faculty Well Represented at Local History Award Reception

Dr. Larry Nelson and Dr. Walt Grunden were recognized for their research at the Local History Award Reception hosted by the Center for Archival Collections at the Jerome Library at Bowling Green State University.┬áDr. Larry Nelson, BGSU PhD and faculty member at Firelands, won in the Best Article Division for “A Mysterious and Ambiguous Display […]

Trio Present at University of Toledo Phi Alpha Theta Colloquium

A trio of Masters students from the Graduate Program in Policy History at Bowling Green State University presented at the University of Toledo’s Phi Alpha Theta Colloquium on Friday, November 14th. Alex Sycher, a second-year Masters student, presented part of his thesis project, titled “Sex, Women, and the German Soldier of Nazi Cinema, 1939-1945″ as […]

Faykosh presenting Phi Alpha Theta Forum: “So, You Want to Get a Ph.D.?”

Phi Alpha Theta will continue its series “So, You Want to Be a Historian?” with its next forum: “So, You Want to Get a Ph.D.?” on Thursday, November 20 at 1 pm in the History Conference Room. Joe Faykosh, current Ph.D. student, will lead a┬ádiscussion on both applying (how to identify potential programs, crafting statements […]

Faykosh Presents at Northern Illinois History Conference

Joe Faykosh, Doctoral candidate in the Policy History program at Bowling Green State University, recently presented at the Northern Illinois University Graduate Student Association Conference on Friday, November 7. Faykosh presented on his dissertation reserach, a paper titled “Consolidating Party Power: Franklin Roosevelt’s Circular Impact and the Impact on the Democratic Party of the 1920s” […]

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