Jacob Selwood, Associate Professor of History, served as the faculty mentor for Shelby Lohr, winner of the Provost’s Award at the 2013 Georgia State University Undergraduate Research Conference (GSURC). Lohr’s paper was entitled “Quakers, Protestants, and the Narrative of English Religious Persecution.” The Provost’s Award is the highest honor at GSURC. Beyond Shelby’s success at GSURC… more »
Arts and Sciences undergraduates represented the college in fine fashion at the 2013 Georgia State University Undergraduate Research Conference (GSURC). Among the hundreds of undergraduates that presented papers, posters and artistic presentations, A&S undergraduates were well-represented among award winners. Further, history claimed two of the top awards, including the Provost’s Award!
Congratulations to the winners… more »