Greetings! On behalf of the faculty in the Department of History, I am pleased to welcome your interest in the MA in History program. I hope that our Web pages will answer many of your questions. But please feel free to be in touch with me personally--either by phone (585) 395-5690, FAX (585) 395-2620 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Here, in brief, are some of the major features of the program:
Many of our students have majored in history as undergraduates, but by no means all. Successful applicants for admission will need a strong academic record, some background in history or related disciplines in the humanities or social sciences, a love of the field, and a commitment to hard work.
So whether you are interested in an MA degree or would like to sample a course or two on a non-matriculated basis, have a look around the website and then get in touch with me to see how our program might fit your needs. I look forward to hearing from you!
History major Gabrielle Brannigan received a scholarship to enter the MA program in Social Studies and Special Education at the University of Rochester's Warner School of Education.
Dr. Takashi Nishiyama has published a book, Engineering War and Peace in Modern Japan, 1868-1964 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014).
Dr. Takashi Nishiyama was interviewed by Mainichi, a major national newspaper in Japan, for the Oct. 3, 2014, issue.
The department hosted an NEH Workshop, Rochester Reform Trail, for K-12 teachers in July 2014.
History major Amy Freeman has published an article on the Eastman Dental Dispensary in the Democrat and Chronicle.
Dr. Takashi Nishiyama was interviewed by Yomuiri, a major national newspaper in Japan.
Dr. Ken O'Brien has been named a SUNY Provost Fellow for the 2013-2014 year.
Dr. Bruce Leslie has been named a SUNY Distinguished Service Professor.
The Malik Lecture will be held on Thursday, February 12, 2015, at 7:30 pm in the lecture hall (room 104) of the Liberal Arts Building.
The Robert Marcus Lecture will be held on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, at 7:30 pm in the lecture hall (room 104) of the Liberal Arts Building.