History Student Outcomes
Angela Vincent '15 presented a paper titled "Freedom Through Possession: Female Agency in Early Modern Europe" at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference in Oneonta, NY.
Andrew Phinney '15, "Civic Nationalist Working-Class Culture during the New Deal: The Relationship between African Americans and the UAW in Detroit" (Quinn)
Jordan Kortright '15, "Uncle Sam's Wife: The Women's Army Corps in World War II" (Howard) (Best Paper on Panel Prize)
Anthony Delmonaco '16, "Great Britain's Enlistment during the Great War" (Howard)
Ben Detar '16, "Francis Le Jau and Anglican Conversion" (Kelley) (Honorable Mention)
Danielle George, "Thy memory is and will be sweete unto mee': Parents' Reactions to the Death of Their Children in Seventeenth Century England" (Wallace) (Best Paper on Panel Prize)
Our students interned at:
The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, NY.
The Archives for European Integration in Pittsburgh, PA.
Graduate/Professional School Placements
John Burns is enrolled at the University of Buffalo Law School.
Sara Evenson De Salvatore '10 is enrolled in the MA Program in Public History at Virginia Tech.
Thomas Boyd '14 is enrolled in the Ph.D. Program in Anthropology, Binghamton University.
Catherine Hadden '12 is enrolled in the Ph.D. Program in History at University of Rochester.
Danielle Alesi '13 received her MA in History at the University of Birmingham, UK.
Brittany Lester '14, is enrolled in Museum Education Program at Bank Street College of Education, New York, New York.
Matt Bigelow '08, is working on his Masters of Public Administration at Central Michigan University.
James J. DeRosa, Jr. '13 is enrolled at the Graduate School of Education, Stony Brook University (deferred for a year as he was accepted in March 2014 for "Teach for America" to be assigned in the Las Vegas Valley).
Jordan M. Hathaway, '12, is enrolled at the Graduate School of Education, Binghamton University, M.Ed. (December 2013).
Rejoice E. Scherry, '13, is enrolled at the Graduate School of Library Science, University of Pittsburgh, MLS (degree awarded July 2014).
Nico Meyering '10 graduated from SUNY Binghamton (12/15/2013) with a Master's degree in public administration.
John Mancini '99 was selected as Milton, NY, Town Judge. John was a double history and political science major and graduated from Albany Law School. Mancini is an attorney and works for the Conference of Mayors in Albany.