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On December 6, 2018, the Department of History's branch of Phi Alpha Theta inducted 11 new members! Phi Alpha Theta is the national honor society for undergraduate and MA students in the field of history, with 860 chapters on college and university campuses across the nation. Membership is a mark of intellectual accomplishment and commitment, and brings with it participation in local, regional, and national Phi Alpha Theta events.
28th Annual Milton Plesur Graduate History Conference
Elisabeth C. Davis, PhD Candidate, has been awarded the John Tracy Ellis Dissertation Award by the American Catholic Historical Association.  The Ellis Dissertation Award is granted to an advanced graduate student studying some aspect of Catholic History.  It comes with a grant of $1500 with Elisabeth will use to complete research on her dissertation, "The Centralization Controversy: Nuns, Bishops, and the Developement of American Catholicism, 1800-1865."  Congrats Elisabeth!

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