Congratulations History and Philosophy Student Award Winners
KENNESAW, Ga. (May 15, 2020) — The Department of History and Philosophy recognizes the hard work its students.
Howard Shealy Award for Best Seminar Paper in History
Her paper, "Death in Guyana: How Structural and Racial Inequalities led to the Jonestown Tragedy" was submitted by Dr. Al Churella for her work in the Senior Research Seminar in US History
Tom Scott Award for Community Engagement
Nominated for his contributions to several public history projects including his work
on the traveling exhibition
"Voices from the Great War."
Best Senior Seminar Paper in Philosophy
His paper was submitted by Dr. Amy Donahue for his work in the the Philosophy Senior Seminar Course
The Department of History and Philosophy AND
the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Awards
Each year, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences recognizes graduating (or recently graduated) students with an Outstanding Student Award. This highly prestigious honor is given to only one student in each degree-granting program who has distinguished themselves in the major field of study and in extracurricular, civic, work, and/or family contexts. Students are given the opportunity to choose one faculty member to honor who has been a significant influence and support to them during their education.
Outstanding Senior in History
Brian Swain, PhD, Faculty Honoree
Outstanding Senior in Philosophy
Amy Donahue, PhD, Faculty Honoree
Outstanding Senior in History Education
Charles Wynn, PhD, Faculty Honoree