History Department Student News and Accomplishments
Student News and Accomplishments
Current MADMS student, Andretta Schellinger is an archivist at the U.S. Department of Defense
MADMS Student begins State Department Internship
Kim Harkins has begun a State Department Internship. Here's what she says about the experience: "It's really remarkable to see in action some of the things we studied about and discussed in the DMS program"
MADMS student Rachel Clem has received a prestigious FBI Summer Internship at FBI Headquarters in Washington DC for summer 2011. Rachel was one of a small number of interns selected from over 9,000 applicants nationally. Well done, Rachel!
Steve Thompson was awarded the 2009 Prisoner of War Research Grant from the Andersonville National Historic Site, which is the home of the National Prisoner of War Museum. The grant of up to $1,000 provides financial assistance to support original research and writing leading to interpretive works on the history of American Prisoners of War. These research grants are made possible through the generosity of the Andersonville Trust.
Steve is writing his thesis on a group of US POWs from the Korean War.
For more information on his award, see: http://www.h-net.org/announce/show.cgi?ID=164947
Matt Lau (BAIR and MADMS concurrent) will spend much of the fall semester studying abroad at the University of Essex in England.
Dana Ahlin (BS-DMS) won 2nd place for the HPU Common Book Writing Contest. Her essay titled, "Transnational Gangs and Government Response"