May 2, 2018 at 10:58 am

Career Corner | History Seniors Bound for Jobs, Graduate Schools, More

History majors in the Class of 2018 are going on to pursue a wide range of academic and professional trajectories after graduation. A selection of highlights from this year’s graduating class include:

  • Katie Basalla will begin law school at the University of Cincinnati.
  • Sam Benezra will begin an internship with the Museum of the Moving Image.
  • Francisco Cintron will conduct research in Spain while on a Fulbright fellowship.
  • Krispin Decamp will begin the M.A. program in College Student Personnel at Ohio University.
  • Antony Domino will begin law school at the University of Akron.
  • Andrew Domozick will begin law school at the University of Cleveland.
  • Michael Gerber will begin law school at Case Western University.
  • Ryan Kline will begin the M.A. program at Auburn University’s History Department.
  • Michael Mangan will begin electoral campaign work with the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
  • Travis Miller will begin the M.A. in Education program at Ohio University.
  • Anthony Negrini will begin the M.B.A. program at the Max M. Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University.
  • Precious Oluwasanya will be a fellow in the Koch Associate Program at the Charles Koch Institute.
  • Kristin Osbourne will begin the M.A. program at Miami (Ohio) University’s History Department.
  • Joseph Weekly will begin managing a private club/restaurant in Nashville, TN.

Recently, at the 12th Annual Undergraduate History Conference (April 20), the department recognized the recipients of the 2017-18 departmental scholarship, grant, and essay competition awards as well as this year’s class of inductees into Phi Alpha Theta, the National History Honors Society.

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