“Beyond Salve” to explore graduate school, careers in history
Students interested in graduate school and careers in history are invited to attend the mini-workshop “Beyond Salve.” Sponsored by the Department of History, the workshop is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 19 in the O’Hare Academic Center, Room 117.
The workshop will feature presentations from the following:
- Samantha Broghamer ’14, history and political science double major and winner of the Brother John Buckley Award for outstanding history senior thesis. She is completing her first year at Roger Williams Law School, where she is a Presidential Scholarship recipient.
- Kyle Fritch ’10, history and secondary education double major. He is currently teaching in the Newton, Massachusetts, public schools and pursuing a master’s degree in history at Boston University.
- Kari Van Buren ’01, history major and English literature and cultural and historic preservation minor. She earned an M.S. in historic preservation from the University of Pennsylvania in 2004 and is currently the director of development for the University of Rhode Island’s College of the Environment and Life Sciences.
To reserve a seat, email Dr. Timothy Neary, associate professor in the Department of History, at firstname.lastname@example.org.