Shawn McGhee, who will receive his MA in American History has been accepted into the Ph.D. program at Temple University. We wish him all the best.
The Public Historian, the leading journal in the field of public history, is being joined by an editor at Rutgers Camden’s own Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities. Read all about it here: http://march.rutgers.edu/2013/02/17/march-joins-the-public-historian-editorial-team/
Congratulations to our graduate student Matthew White for his selection as a 2013 Presidential Management Fellowship semi-finalist!
For more about this federal program visit http://www.pmf.gov/
Alumna Rosie Cook, who wrote her capstone paper on children’s Chemistry Sets and who is working on a chemistry set exhibit at Philadelphia’s Chemical Heritage Foundation was featured in a Christmas Day article in the New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/25/science/a-brief-history-of-chemistry-sets.html
Welcome to to the Graduate History Program blog.
Our goal is to keep you updated about the work of our students, alumni, and faculty.
If you’d like more information about admission to our graduate program, courses, degree requirements and resources please visit our graduate program webpage: http://history.camden.rutgers.edu/graduate-program/about-the-graduate-program/
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We have a number of posts from our alumni, reflecting on their lives after graduation. Bill Smith is earning his Ph.D., Susan Hamson is the archivist for Columbia University, Evan Laine runs the Law and Society Program at Philadelphia University, after retiring from his legal career. Read them all!
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