Congratulations to Maria Laura Rodriguez (BA 2016). This fall, she will start an MA program in German and European Studies at School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. We wish her all the best!
Congratulations to Alyssa Catlin (BA 2017, MA 2018), who has accepted a job as a Social Studies teacher at Lamar Louise Curie Middle School, specializing in honors and IB curriculum. We wish her the best!
Congratulations to Jordan Pulido, who will graduate with his BA in history this Spring. Jordan has been selected as a Peace Corps volunteer. He will spend the next two years teaching English in Macedonia. The Peace Corps is an extremely selective government program placing volunteers all over the world.
The history department would like to congratulate three of our BA grads who will head off to law school in the fall. Richard Delgado (BA S17) will be attending FIU Law, Alessandra Siblesz (BA F16) will start at the University of Florida, Sophia Gonzalez (BA S17) will start at the University of Michigan, and David […]
The history department extends a proud congratulations to the six 2016-17 BA graduates who were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa on Sunday, April 2. Phi Beta Kappa, founded in 1776, is a highly selective, nation-wide honor society. Well done, Sophia Gonzalez, Juan Heredia, Todd Jolly, Erin McNulty, Ari Sandler, and John Settles!
Doctoral candidate Ross Nedervelt has been awarded a prestigious one-month library fellowship from the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS). His Fellowship at the Library Company of Philadelphia will enable Ross to conduct dissertation research at one of the nation’s best libraries for early American print culture.
Drs. Uribe, Oelze, Mansilla, Grace Solis and Adrian Garcia participated in the SECOLAS (South Eastern Council for Latin American Studies) conference, which ran from March 23-26 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The History Department would like to congratulate two of our recent graduates and current History Department Writing tutors for their acceptance into excellent graduate programs. Beginning this fall, Elysee Yhuel (BA Spring ’16) will be working towards an Masters in Philosophy in Medieval History at Trinity College Dublin, in Dublin, Ireland. Rafael Socarras (BA Summer ’16) will enter Newcastle […]
Many congratulations to History Ph.D. student Sandra Londoño Ardila and Latin American and Caribbean Studies MA student Javier Mejia Cruz on the publication of their new book, El discurso de una ética católica modernizada: El caso de acción cultural popular, 1947-1958 (Editorial Redipe).
Beginning on January 9, Maria became a full time teacher at MLC Preparatory Academy, a private high school specializing in small class sizes. She will be teaching electives in Geography and Latin American Studies as she finishes her degree here at FIU. Huge congratulations to Maria as she makes a career of doing what she […]