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Important Links for Graduate Students

Guide for Graduate Students
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Graduate faculty
Our focus areas
Master of Arts program
Online Master of Arts program
Doctor of Philosophy program
Egyptology program
Museum Studies program
Graduate School requirements and resources
Graduate catalog
Academic regulations
Policy of the Department of History about academic misconduct
Course descriptions
“Mini-catalog” (MS Word)
Student Introduction to eCourseware
Ph.D. comprehensives committee members (pdf)
Ph.D. dissertation committee members (pdf)
Financial aid
Graduate teaching
Graduate placement
Employment as a historian
Standards of professional conduct
Graduate accomplishments
Library resources
Computing resources
Student organizations
H-Grad discussion network [H-Net]
American Historical Association resources for graduate students
E-mail the Graduate Coordinator
Organizations of graduate students in the Department of History

There are several organizations for graduate students in the Department of History. Some are recognized by the university as Registered Student Organizations and some have not sought official recognition by the university.

  • Phi Alpha Theta, Epsilon Nu chapter
  • Graduate History Association
  • Graduate Association for African-American History
  • Transcending Boundaries: An Interdisciplinary Reading Group
  • Egyptology Graduate Student Association (has a closed group on Facebook, open by invitation only)

(This list is not necessarily comprehensive. Student organizations tend to emerge, wane, disappear, or re-emerge without giving official notice. If you know of an organization that should be listed here, send a message to the Webmaster, Dr Maurice Crouse.)

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