Dr. Anne Rubin is the choice for the 2011 Donald Creighton Annual Outstanding Faculty GSA Award. Each year, this award is given to honor an outstanding advisor, mentor or professor who aids graduate students in academic and professional pursuits during their time at UMBC. Congratulations to Dr. Rubin!
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Congratulations to James Furgol, M.A. in Historical Studies, May 2011. James is accepted into the Ph.D. program in Public Policy at UMBC and has a full Graduate Research Assistantship at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Center of HIV Prevention, funded through the Maryland Institute of Policy Analysis and Research.
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Congratulations to Bethenaee Bemis who will graduate with an M.A. in Historical Studies in May, 2011. Bethanee is the Inventory Contractor for the Military History Collections Project at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C..
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Congratulations to Daniel Burge, M.A. in Historical Studies, May 2011. Daniel will attend the Ph.D. program in History at the University of Alabama on a full departmental fellowship. departmental fellowship.
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Congratulations to Sara Patenaude who is graduating with an M.A. in Historical Studies. Sara has won a Graduate Teaching Assistantship for the Ph.D. program in History at Georgia State University, in Atlanta.
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Congratulations to James Risk, M.A. in Historical Studies 2011, upon his acceptance into the doctoral program in History at the University of South Carolina, with funding. A terrific accomplishment.
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