The Department of History held its sixth annual History Happening on March 27, 2013 and it was a big success. The many department programs as well as faculty research projects were presented over 100 visitors.
Here are some of the highlights!
Eric and Eric helped students register for door prizes and pick up a name tag.
Student Fellowship Recipients discussed their awards with visitors.
Study abroad representatives presented the opportunities open to undergraduates.
Dr. Kachun and graduate students discussed the Graduates Studies Program.
Phi Alpha Theta table had several students learning more about the student organization.
Internships was a popular room with great discussions taking place.
College advising staff were on hand to address general education questions.
Dr. Gray presented his research to visitors.
Dr. Yoshida shared information about his research.
Part of the fun included mixing with President Dunn, Dean Enyedi and Department Chair Dr. Brandão
Dr. Dooley helped serve free pizza to everyone.
And it was enjoyed by all!
Door prizes included books and trinkets.
Associate Dean Ed Martini announced door prizes.