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Monthly Archives: April 2015

Phi Alpha Theta Inducts New Members at “Excellence in History”

Phi Alpha Theta inducted its newest members into the history honorary at the Department of History’s “Excellence in History” celebration on Friday, April 24 in the Student Union. Current president Joe Faykosh provided some information on the organization and its activities from the present year, while recognizing current officers and the incoming president, Joe Lueck. […]

Undergraduate Research Forum and Awards Presented at “Excellence in History”

The Department of History held its annual “Excellence in History” celebration on Friday, April 24 in Bowen-Thompson 207. Lindsey Bauman presented “Irish Women in America: An Exploration of Independence Supplemented by Poetry,” written for Dr. Rebecca Mancuso’s research seminar. Kasie Durkit presented “First Ladies Who Don’t Play by the Rules: Feminism in the East Wing,” […]

Phi Alpha Theta Graduate Research Forum on Friday, May 1 at 1 pm!

Phi Alpha Theta will host a Graduate Research Forum on Friday, May 1 from 1-2 pm in the Conference Room (Williams 141), highlighting the research process of three of our graduating Masters students: Rachel Pawlowicz, Alex Sycher, and Liz Adamo. All are invited to attend this forum as we discuss their process of identifying a […]

“Excellence in History” Presentations and Awards scheduled for Friday, April 24

The BGSU Department of History and the BGSU Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta will host the “Excellence in History” event Friday, April 24 at 1 pm in Bowen-Thompson Student Union Room 207. Among the events featured are the presentation of awards and scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students, initiation and recognition for Phi Alpha Theta, […]

Masters Students at the Queen City Colloquium

Three Masters students in the Graduate Program in Policy History presented at the Queen City Colloquium on April 10th, hosted by the University of Cincinnati. Joan Eardly presented “Rules, Roles, and Resistance: Female Students at Bowling Green State University, 1940-1959,” as part of a panel titled “Education.”  Mike Ginnetti presented “Leaning Forward All the Way: Bowling Green, […]

Dr. Peter Hahn Presents the Gary Hess Lecture in Policy History

Dr. Peter Hahn, professor and chair of the History Department at The Ohio State University, presented the 4th annual Gary Hess Lecture on Tuesday, April 7th. Dr. Hahn’s lecture was titled “Mission Accomplished or Mission Failure? The United States and Iraq since 1990,” presenting the history of our relations with Iraq from the invasion of […]

Graduate Students Deliver Panel at Ohio Academy of History

Liz Adamo, Alex Sycher, and Joe Faykosh presented a panel at the Ohio Academy of History Annual Meeting at Ohio Northern University on Friday, March 27th. One of the few graduate panels accepted, they titled their panel “The Power (and Art) of Persuasion in the Early Twentieth Century,” and focused on personal motivations behind public […]

BGSU Faculty Represented at Ohio Academy of History Annual Meeting

The faculty in the History Department at Bowling Green State University were well represented at the Ohio Academy of History’s Annual Meeting, representing the top scholars from around the state. This year’s meeting was held at Ohio Northern University in Ada, on March 27-28th. Dr. Larry Nelson presented “Green Clay’s Reinforcement at Fort Meigs, May […]

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