Ph.D. Graduate secures Tenure-Track Position

Congratulations to Dr. Micah Oelze for his appointment as an assistant professor at Adelphi University, Long Island. Dr. Oelze is a graduate of our Ph.D. program and was also a visiting assistant professor in the Department for academic year 2018/19.

History Major Lands Highly Competitive Internship

Congratulations to history major Juan Debasa, who was selected for a prestigious Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities Internship program. He will spend this semester in Washington DC at the Library of Congress on a fully-funded internship. Click to see the article.

Doctoral Candidate co-edits issue of Journal

Congratulations to Sandra Londoño Ardila for co-editing Vol. 9.2, 2019 of the Journal of World Christianity in association with affiliated faculty member, Dr Bidegain. In addition to the co-written introductory essay, Sandra also published a significant article in the issue under her own name.

Two recent Ph.D. Graduates Secure Positions

Congratulations to both Dr. Adrian Alzate and Dr. Ricardo Pelegrin on their recent appointments. Dr. Alzate will be tenure track assistant professor at Universidad Autonoma de Occidente, a prestigious private college in the city of Cali, Colombia; Dr. Pelegrin starts as a Visiting Assistant Professor of History at Western Oregon University, a major public school.

Two recent Ph.D. Graduates Secure Positions

Congratulations to both Dr. Grace Solis and Dr. Chris Davis on their recent appointments. Dr. Solis has been made a QA Content Manager for Learning Tribes while Dr. Davis starts as a Visiting Instructor of History at Florida Atlantic University.

Seven Ph.D. Students Receive Travel Fellowships

Congratulations to our SEVEN winners of the 2019 Tinker Foundation Field Research Awards, offered by the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center. These awards will fund archival research during summer 2019. Happy hunting to all of the awardees. Londono, Sandra [Peru and Uruguay] Ermer, John [Cuba] Valero, Hector Andres [Colombia] Gray, Morgan [Peru] Labbato, […]

Ph.D. Candidate Receives Major Fellowship

Congratulations to Ph.D. Candidate Leo Falcon for his award of the 2019 Dissertation Fellowship from the Academy of American Franciscans. This fellowship, amounting to a stipend of $15,000, also carries with it the right of the awarding institution to preempt the publication of Mr. Falcon’s eventual dissertation.

Ph.D Student Wins CLAH Fellowship

Congratulations to Ph.D. student Morgan Gray for winning the James R. Scobie Award from the Conference on Latin American History which will enable her to carry out dissertation research in Peru over the upcoming summer.