Undergraduate Activities and Accomplishments
The Department bestows four awards to graduating seniors in history. The Morris Medal and the Foley Award are presented to history majors in the college. The Davids and Nevils awards are given to history majors in the School of Foreign Service.
View the awards granted to our accomplished student winners since 2004-05.
Georgetown Journal of History
In 2016 Georgetown undergraduates launched a new on-line Georgetown Journal of History; this is an entirely student-run publication, which will publish one issue every Spring.
Phi Alpha Theta
Students in our department participate every year in Phi Alpha Theta, the National History Honor Society. Georgetown’s Chapter, Beta Pi, was founded in 1948. We invite all students interested in history to learn more about Phi Alpha Theta and Beta Pi.
Recent Accomplishments by Our Majors
Matt Zezula has received a Penner Family Experiences Grant for his history thesis “Culture, Currency, and Kiełbasa: Polish Immigrant Finance in the United States, 1853–1936” (faculty mentor Joe McCartin).
Rebecca Kuang (IHIS 2018) has been awarded a Marshall fellowship for graduate study in the United Kingdom.
Evanthea Hammer (HIST 2019) has authored an article published in Harvard University’s Sunoikisis Undergraduate Research Journal.
Matthew Hinson (IHIS 2017) has been awarded a Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship.
Emily Kent (HIST 2016) has been awarded a Fulbright fellowship and will spend one year in Salzburg, Austria, teaching English and studying late medieval ecclesiastical history.
Peter Prindiville (IHIS 2014) has been awarded a Mitchell Fellowship.
Matthew Quallen (IHIS 2016) has been awarded a Marshall Fellowship for graduate study in the United Kingdom.
Mike Donnay (HIST 2016) delivered a paper at a conference at the U.S. Naval Academy in September 2015 (you can see the video of Mike’s presentation here – his paper starts at the 40-minute mark).
Will Redmond (HIST 2015) and Sam Kleinman (HIST 2016) published articles in the 2014 issue of the Michigan Journal of History.