Our next alumni to be featured in our series “Where Are They Now?” is Kenny Libben, class of 2010! He is currently the curator of the Cleo Redd Fisher Museum in Loudonville, Ohio (about 30 minutes south of Wooster), where he oversees the preservation and promotion of the history and cultural heritage of the Mohican area. He is also the co-editor of Voices of Regional… Read More
Our next alumni spotlight is Abigail Padfield Narayan, graduate of 2008. Here is a little about her experience after the College of Wooster! “I am currently a PhD student at the University of Central Florida in Texts and Technology, focusing on Public History, and the Academic Programs Coordinator at Spurlock Museum of World Cultures. I would encourage current… Read More
For our next feature on “What Are They Doing Now?” we would like to introduce Joe Skonce, graduate of 2012. Read on to hear about how his history degree helped him with his career at Hale Farm! “I am the Education and Public Programs Manager at Hale Farm & Village, a living history museum located in Bath, Ohio. We talk about Early Ohio… Read More
In our series “Where Are They Now?” we would like to spotlight ‘10 alum Dan Buckler! He is currently an urban forester for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, overseeing projects that assess what trees are growing where in our urban spaces and communicating why they are important. Here is what Dan would like to share with students about his experience: “If… Read More
We invite all students to check out this event featuring Alumni Sophie Perinot ’86 as she discusses her new book which deals with women and the French Revolution!
Wooster History grad Barton Myers ’03, Associate Professor of History at Washington and Lee University, has been in the news this week, helping to tell the story of Robert E. Lee and the tangled history of the memory of the Confederacy. Check out the interview in the LA Times, a talk on Lee with C-SPAN,… Read More
Members of the History Department are always excited to hear what our graduates are doing. Wooster History students pursue interesting careers, and the longer I’m here, the more “Wooster connections” I find. I was catching up on some academic reading this week and turned to an interview in The Americas with one of the historians… Read More