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2012-13 Undergraduate Award Winners

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The first annual Undergraduate Awards Ceremony was held on November 30, 2012.  It was a wonderful event to celebrate the undergraduate student's high academic achievements.  For more information on the awards available through our department, please check our Scholarships & Awards page


2011-12 Undergraduate Award Winners

2011 Scholarship Winners

The students above were all smiles as they accepted their scholarships from the department of History. Each student was recognized for their high academic achievements. For more information on the awards available through our department, please check our Scholarships & Awards page.


2011-12 Severin Flikerski Prize in Military History

Winner Graeme Young pictured here with Professors Margaret McGlynn and Francine McKenzieCongratulations to Graeme Young, the recipient of the inaugural Flikerski Prize in Military History. His prize-winning paper was called: Visualizing the Unimaginable: The My Lai Massacre and the Photographic Image as a Space for Public Discourse. Professors Magaret McGlynn and Francine McKenzie presented him with his award.


2011-12 Ball State Undergraduate History Conference

Katie Worndl, Joel Richer, Sean Acklin Grant, and Douglas McGlynn who represented Western’s Department of History at the 14th annual student history conference at Ball State University
Congratulations to Katie Worndl, Joel Richer, Sean Acklin Grant, and Douglas McGlynn who represented Western’s Department of History at the 14th annual student history conference at Ball State University.  Professor Michelle Hamilton accompanied the group. Special congratulations to Douglas McGlynn who received the award for the best paper

Special congratulations to Douglas McGlynn who received the award for the best paper on a topic on a region outside of North America. The title of Douglas’ paper was: 'Mughal Architecture: The Foundations of the British Empire in India'.