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Katharine Dahlstrand

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Graduate Alumnus
Dissertation/Thesis Title:
Case Studies in Loyalty: East Tennessee in Secession, Civil War and Reconstruction
Degree Completion Date:
Education:

BA, Florida Atlantic University, English 2011

MA, Florida Atlantic University, History 2013

Of note:

John O'Sullivan Travel Grant for Thesis Travel, Florida Atlantic University, 2013

Traci Jill Edelman Memorial Award for Best M.A. Thesis, Florida Atlantic University, 2014

Graduate School Dean’s Award, University of Georgia, 2017

Willson Center Graduate Research Award, University of Georgia, 2017

Center for Teaching and Learning Outstanding Teaching Award, University of Georgia, 2017

Manthorne Memorial Award, University of Georgia, 2017

 

Events featuring Katharine Dahlstrand, Kurt Windisch, Katherine Fialka
320 LeConte Hall

Are the rigors of grad school getting you down? Is your personal mantra “it’s not the last minute yet”? This month’s PDW will focus on ways to get (and stay!) organized while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Refreshments will be provided for those who RSVP one week before the event.

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320 LeConte Hall

PhD Candidate Kate Dahlstrand will lead a graduate student workshop on how historians can use social media for public outreach, education, and building a presence.

Major Professor

Albert B. Saye Professor of History

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