Dr. Jamie Mize- Class Archiving and Cataloging DF Lowry Collection
2022 Spring and Winter Graduations
Dr. Serina Cinnamon with the History Department's graduate students at the Spring 2022 graduation ceremony
Dr. Serina Cinnamon and Harold Feliciano-Soto at the Spring 2022 Pinning Ceremony for Lt. Wes Constandse.
History Department faculty with two of the department's Spring 2022 graduating seniors
(l-r) James Hudson, Jamie Mize, Misti Harper, Mark Thompson, Jaime Martinez, Charles Beem, Jarred Burris, Chris Henley, Anthony Johnson, Ryan Anderson, Jake Kincer (alumnus), and Serina Cinnamon.
Dr. Jaime Martinez with winter graduate Sarina Maynor
2022 Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference
Jessica Muniz, Wes Constandse, and Aedyn Campbell-Poole presented papers at the
2022 Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference at Belmont Abbey College
presenting his paper on "The Silk Road as a Model of Pre-Modern Cultural Exchange"
presenting his paper on "A Matter of Faith? Examining Convert Departures from the Willie and Martin Handcart Companies"
presented a paper on "Underneath America: The Buried Legacies of Puerto Rican War Workers"
2022 North Carolina Conference for the Social Studies
(l-r) Ty Young, Casey Maynard, Santevia Reaves, Chandler Britt, Ronnie Stacey, Heather Walker, Jalen Farmer, Nathan Brisson, Allison Roberts, Arine Lowery, Jared Burris, John War, Shea Ronson, Thomas Whaley, Leslie Norman, Harold Feliciano-Soto
UNCP's SSE Students (Past and Present)
(l-r) Aedyn Campbell-Poole, Brandon Hedgpeth, Allison Roberts, Brett Jackson, Samantha Pilkenton, Santevia Reaves, Shea Ronson, Ronnie Stacey, and Harold Feliciano-Soto
Spring 2018 Graduation
History Department Reception - Graduating seniors in attendance
(l-r) Brett Jackson, Andrew Yarborough, Nathan McDonald, Levy Pait, Shea Oldham, Chapell Brock, Katie Sonnen, Nick Kight, and Eli Pearsall
Spring 2018 Graduation - History/SSE graduates and faculty
Shea Oldham, Courtney Boger, and Katie Sonnen
Spring 2018 PURC Conference
Chapel Brock presented a poster on "The Battle of Hayes Pond," which grew out of a project he and classmates did in Dr. Jaime Martinez's class on Public History (HST 4740/5740). Their impressive work culminated in the state of North Carolina erecting a historical marker to acknowledge this event.
Avery Locklear presented a poster on "Was Reagan's America a 'Paradise City?'" The project grew out of her work in a course with Dr. Ryan Anderson.
Levy Pait discusses his work, "How the Nazis Controlled the Press and Media," with Dr. Bruce DeHart.
Although not part of the PURC Conference, Eli Pearsall presented
a poster of a different kind at a teacher rally in Raleigh, NC.