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The Department of History held the annual History Honors banquet on May 8, 2019 in the Gallery of Perkins Student Center. History Interim Chair James Brophy presided over the ceremony and presented the awards to each honoree. Barbara O'Hara, Justin O'Hara, Dr. and Mrs. John Meakin, Carol
Phipps, and Social Studies Teacher of the Year, Katelyn Johnson were introduced as special guests for the evening.
The keynote speaker was Dr. Zara Anishanslin, Professor of History presented a short, but highly entertaining and informative talk entitled “Portrait of A Woman in Silk: Hidden Histories of the British Atlantic World.” Following Professor Anishanslin's talk, Professors Jim Brophy and Jonathan Russ gave special recognition to our History Activities Officers and Honors Degree Candidates.
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Professor Jesus Cruz, Chair of the Undergraduate Committee, introduced Undergraduate History awards.
Alumni Undergraduate Awards in History were presented to outstanding history majors for excellence in academicsSenior History Major winners: Amanda Langell, Olivia Mann, and Sofia Curran-MunnJunior History Major winners: Caleb Owens, Sarah Reynolds, and Aaron Tavasi
Professor Kim presented the University of Delaware Social Studies Teacher of the Year Award to Ms. Katelyn Johnson, an outstanding teach from Gunning Bedford Middle School.
An award given each year honoring the memory of Ryan O'Hara to a History Education major who shows dedication to the
program, respected by other students and department faculty, and
shows overall commitment to UD education. This year Barbara O'Hara and Justin O'Hara presented the award to Deirdre
Professor Owen White, Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee, presented the Graduate Awards.
Please visit our Facebook page to see photographs of all the award winners.