Wednesday, January 11, 2012

History Book Prizes announced

Since 1995, the Department of History has awarded book prizes to recognize students for outstanding work in history courses. The following students were chosen for their work during fall semester:

• Christine Volk and Hannah Schwarze won the book prizes for H111 Global History to 1500.
• Andrew Meyer won for H112 Global History since 1500.
• Matthew Pysh was recognized for his work in H113 U. S. History to 1865.
• Loren Galloway won the book prize for H305 Colonial and Revolutionary America.
• In H355 U.S. Women’s History, Anna Sonday was awarded the prize.
• Peter McColl won for H381 Revolutionary Russia.
• David Spriegel was recognized for his work in H390 Modern China.
• In H270 Historical Thinking, Peter McColl was the prize winner.
• Anna Sonday was the book prize recipient in H450 History without Boundaries.
• David Spriegel was the winner in H470 Senior Thesis.