Congratulations to our 2010-2011 History Undergraduates!
On April 27, 2011, Dept of History Undergraduate Studies held the its annual celebration to acknowledge student achievement during 2010-2011. Congratulations to all!
Class of 1889 Memorial Prize for 2010
Awarded to exceptional research papers on any historical topic
• Kimberly Scriver, "Preserving Patriarchy: Young Women of the South and the American Civil War," --adviser Malinda Lindquist
George D. Green Prize for 2010
Awarded to the most outstanding undergraduate research paper in American History
• Kya Marienfeld, " 'Dr. Seuss vs. Daddy:' The National Implications of a Small-Town Conflict Between Logging and 'The Lorax' "--adviser Russ Menard
Howard Reinmuth Prize for 2010
Best major paper on a topic in European history.
• Matt Gulbranson, "Roman Manliness in Caesar's Civil War,"-- adviser Malinda Lindquist
Norman Moen Scholarship for 2011-12
Awarded to an exceptional CLA undergraduate to support the student's participation in a mentored public history internship
• To be awarded in early fall semester 2011
Hedley Donovan Scholarship for 2011-2012
Awarded to students to undertake an exceptional program of study, research or work
• Andrew Larkin, --"Franco-Cameroonian Economic Cooperation," -Anna Clark faculty sponsor
• Maria May, --"Artists and Dissidents Lives after October 1956 Hungarian Revolt," - Carla Phillips, faculty sponsor
• Joseph Whitson, --"Appalachian Music and Folklore," - Paul Stone, faculty sponsor
Talle Family Scholarship for Excellence in History for 2011-2012
Awarded to one outstanding undergraduate History major to support them during the senior year.
• Renae Rodgers
2010-2011 - History BA Degrees: HIST.BA.2010.2011.pdf
2010-2011 - History Major Dean's List: HIST.DEANSLIST.2010-2011.pdf