Info Session: Public History Internship Summer Program in Washington DC

Join us for an information session on our Public History Internship Program in Washington, D.C.

Program Director Dr. Akela Reason will discuss eligibility requirements, program costs, available courses, and how to apply.

In recent years program students have interned at institutions and historical sites such as the Tudor House, Library of Congress, national Archives, the American Historical Association, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Ford's Theatre, and other sites.

Open to all majors.

History at Work: Law School

The History at Work Speaker Series is dedicated to the ways that you can transform historical thinking into a range of post-college careers. In this session, we talk about one of the best known career moves for history majors — going to law school. Our guests include Logan E. Sawyer III, Associate Professor of Law at UGA (Ph.D. in History and J.D., University of Virginia); Shannon Shipley Hinson, Associate Director of Admissions at the School of Law at UGA (B.A.

PDW Mock Job Talk: “Lost Causes and Expected Futures: The Precursors of White Supremacy in Nazi Bavaria and the Jim Crow South,”Derrick Angermeier

Doctoral candidate Derrick Angermeier will present a mock job talk, “Lost Causes and Expected Futures: The Precursors of White Supremacy in Nazi Bavaria and the Jim Crow South.”

All are welcome, graduate students and faculty are strongly encouraged to attend.

Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society Information Meeting

You are invited to a general information meeting of Epsilon Pi, UGA's chapter of Phi Alpha Theta Inc., the National History Honor Society.

ALL majors are welcome! Join new and returning members to find out about eligibility requirements, and upcoming events.

Also: we will have an information table in LeCOnte Hall this week (2nd floor). Stop by if you have any questions!