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FSU HISTORY PROGRAM Department of Government and History

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  1. FSU HISTORY PROGRAMDepartment of Government and History Welcome When choosing a major, we hope you will consider the History Program at Fayetteville State University 672-1573 or 672-2003 College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  2. We offer the following degree programs: • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in History • Minor in History Dedication of Land for the current FSU College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  3. Student Associations: HISTORY CLUB The History Club is open to all majors. It supports fellowship among those interested in historical studies. Activities of the club include lectures, field trips, fund raising. PHI ALPHA THETA HONOR SOCIETY: This organization is open to History Majors and is by invitation only based on credit hours, history course work and grade point average College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  4. History Students learn local history Fayetteville, NC is an area rich in History Transportation Museum 82nd Airborne Museum Brookside Cemetery cleanup College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  5. History Students at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  6. Field Trips College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  7. Historic Fayetteville and the Arsenal Park Civil War and Reconstruction Class/Hist 301 College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  8. Conference Attendance College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  9. Honor Society What is Phi Alpha Theta?  We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. We seek to bring students, teachers and writers of history together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publication by our members in a variety of ways. College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  10. Faculty Full Time Faculty: • Claude Hargrove, Graduate Coordinator, Professor of History: Ph.D., Howard University • Bertha Miller, Professor of History: Ph.D., Duke University. Special Assistant to the Chancellor • Thomas Hennessey, Associate Professor of History: Ph.D., Northwestern University • John Brooks,Associate Professor of History:  M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago • Stanley Johnson,Associate Professor of History: Ph.D., University of North Texas • Dianne White Oyler,Professor of History: M.A., Ph.D., University of Florida (Retired)-adjunct • Sidney Pash,Associate Professor of History:  Ph.D., Rutgers University • Bradley Kadel,Associate Professor of History: Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison. • Kelli Cardenas Walsh, Associate Professorof History:  Ph.D., University of South Carolina. • Linda Tomlinson, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., African American Studies, Clark-Atlanta University College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  11. History degree graduates Picture yourself here in four years…

  12. For More information on selecting History as a major please call 672-1573 Or 672-2003 Interested in Careers in History? Please pick up a handout or contact a member of the history faculty College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Government and History

  13. Fayetteville State University HISTORY PROGRAM