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History SCE Presentations

  • Jessie Cornwell shares her thesis research on the Pequot Indian War
    Jessie Cornwell shares her thesis research on the Pequot Indian War
  • Sara Underwood presents her SCE poster about the desegregation of the Kent County public school system

    Sara Underwood presents her SCE poster about the desegregation of the Kent County public school system

  • Jen Walls’ SCE poster on early abolitionism in Maryland

    Jen Walls’ SCE poster on early abolitionism in Maryland

  • Mairin Corasanti talks about her SCE poster on the life of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, an important figure in American history.
    Mairin Corasanti talks about her SCE poster on the life of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, an important figure in American history.
  • Another SCE poster on POWs in Maryland during WW2
    Another SCE poster on POWs in Maryland during WW2
  • Matt Furlong’s SCE poster on the westward expansion of the Brooklyn Dodgers

    Matt Furlong’s SCE poster on the westward expansion of the Brooklyn Dodgers

  • Patrick O’Neal wrote his senior thesis on the first racially integrated baseball club in Birmingham, Alabama
    Patrick O’Neal wrote his senior thesis on the first racially integrated baseball club in Birmingham, Alabama
  • Juliet Kaczmarczyk presents her thesis on the Women’s Trade Union League
    Juliet Kaczmarczyk presents her thesis on the Women’s Trade Union League
  • Faith Stahl presents her SCE poster about the Tudor dynasty and legitimacy

    Faith Stahl presents her SCE poster about the Tudor dynasty and legitimacy

  • Patrick Jackson’s SCE poster on McClure’s Magazine

    Patrick Jackson’s SCE poster on McClure’s Magazine

Location: Hodson Hall Commons

April 23, 2019
Seniors in the History department presented their SCEs on Tuesday, April 23rd

On Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 13 History majors presented their final SCE projects in the Hodson Faculty Lounge. The SCEs encompassed a variety of historical topics including the treatment of POWs in Maryland during World War 2 and a historical evaluation of the life of Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Students, faculty and friends all came to support the presenters and their posters.


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