2021 History Alum, Blake Grasso, Wins CHASS Thesis Award
Blake Grasso '21, is the latest History MA alum to win the CHASS Thesis Award
Meet Our Outstanding Spring 2021 Public History and History MA Graduates
Covid 19 did not stop another outstanding group of Public History and History MA students from graduating this Spring.
Meet our Outstanding Spring 2020 MA and PhD Graduates
We would like to congratulate our History MA and Public History MA graduates as well as our first ever Public History PhD 2020 graduate. We wish them the best of luck as they go out into this strange, new world.
History Grads Admitted to Premier Ph.D. Programs
Many Ph.D. programs are discovering what the NC State History Department already knows: NC State history graduates rank among the best prepared for studies at the doctoral level. Our graduates have continued on to excellent Ph.D. programs across the country, from Stanford to Columbia.
Graduate Student Research in New York
History graduate student Eric Medlin traveled to New York City to conduct research for his M.A. thesis.
History M.A. Student Presents at Graduate Conference
History M.A. student Eric Medlin presented his paper "Europe and the American Postwar Historian" at the Georgia State History Graduate Student Conference.
History Students Shine During Graduate Education Week
Graduate Students in History and Public History took home several prizes for excellence in teaching and research during NC State's Graduate Education Week (March 21-24).
Upcoming Lecture: Making the Cyclonic Family: Gender and Disaster in Late-Colonial Mauritius
Please join Robert Rouphail, a doctoral student in history at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and alumni of NC State (MA, ’13), for his talk on the history of cyclones, imperialism, and gender in Mauritius on Tuesday, March 29 in […]
The Allure of the Archives
Conducting research is a rite-of-passage for many academic disciplines—this is especially true of history. My name is Jordan Karlis, and I am first-year graduate student in the History M.A. program at North Carolina State University. Over the winter break, I embarked […]
NCSU Graduate Students and Faculty Shine at recent ASOR Conference
Several graduate students and faculty from the NCSU history department presented papers on their research at the annual meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) in Atlanta in November. ASOR, founded in 1900, is the oldest and largest academic organization devoted to the study of the ancient Near East and adjacent lands. More than 900 faculty and students [...]