Check out this great summer opportunity for students! https://www.nps.gov/…/learn/news/2020-summer-internships.htm
This semester, I have the opportunity of working in the Genealogy department in the Wayne County Public Library. As one of their interns in the department, my task is to look at the Genealogy department’s Wiki page and pick a section/ topic that I am interested in. The topic that I chose was education, with… Read More
In the 2015 spring semester, I received Copeland Grant money to take a summer trip to the Shenandoah River Valley in Virginia in order to conduct research for my Senior Independent Study. I wrote my Junior I.S. in the spring as a prospectus that would lay the foundation for my senior thesis. This was a… Read More
Hello all, This Thursday, January 15 from 6:30-8 PM we will have our annual History Department bowling night in Scot Lanes! We will also be having pizza and pop for everyone. Prepare for some friendly competition with your fellow peers and professors! See you there!
A note for First-Years interested in History: Hello and welcome to your first on-your-own registration! My name is Jeff Roche and I’m chair of the History Department. I understand that these next few days can be a little overwhelming. Since you have indicated an interest in the History Department and its courses in the past,… Read More
You’ve seen the general announcement of events this week in commemoration and reflection on the life of Rev. King. Take the time to participate! If you want a full run-down on events, see the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 2014 Celebration page. We want to be sure you know about one of these events that… Read More
Dear Students, Colleagues, and Friends! July 1 is a minor landmark in the summer, but it does mark a turnover in leadership of the History Department. Jeff Roche assumes the Chair of the Department, on a three-year term, as of this day. I passed along to him the Departmental gavel and regalia and secret… Read More