Jacob Weintraub's history elective leads to first prize history essayJacob Weintraub, a Physics major, and a history student won the Naval Historical Foundation Vice Admiral Robert F. Dunn Award
Doctoral student works to empower NYC high schoolersEach Wednesday Ellen Abrams, a Ph.D candidate in science & technology studies, leads a class of high school students in New York City through workshops and discussions about writing, history and current events, as she works to introduce them to the
It was the Year, 1774"While other historical works on the revolution tend to skip over the year 1774," says Mary Beth Norton, "noboday has ever paused to look seriously at the events of the year 1774, to see how the
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Student Opportunities and Resources:
History Presents: The Becker Alumni Lecture
Jordan Fabian (White House Correspondent, The Hill) "Trump, Year One: Observations of a White House Correspondent"
Graduate History Colloquium Series (The graduate history colloquium, now offered as a 1 credit course (Hist 6006), will meet on Tuesdays, 12:15-1:45pm, in 365 McGraw Hall for the Spring 2018 semester.)
The Department of History publishes an annual newsletter. Link here to highlights from the last 4 academic years at Cornell History.
In my nursing career, I have studied and been fascinated by the history of nursing, especially in the US. I have never forgotten that I stand on the shoulders of many who struggled and suffered in their attempts to bring dignity and respect to the work that I so appreciate.
— Martha Warren McKinney, Cornell History Major, Class of '68