Category Archives: Why History?

IS Grad and former work-study Cat Bruno on her year in JVC

My name is Catherine Bruno and I’m a proud graduate of the University of Scranton, class of 2018 as well as a former work-study in the History Department. I graduated from Scranton with a degree in International Studies and French. … Continue reading

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University of Scranton History Alum Helps Anchor NBC’s Coverage of the Papal Visit

Notre Dame Professor Kathleen Sprows Cummings, University of Scranton Class of 1993, recently appeared on NBC and MSNBC along with Chris Matthews to offer coverage of Pope Francis’s visit to the United States. Professor Cummings is an associate professor of American … Continue reading

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What do you do with a degree in History from Scranton? Ask Brandon Golden.

As part of our ongoing series on students who graduate with a degree in History  from the University of Scranton we offer a guest post from graduating senior Brandon Golden.  Brandon leaves this week for a two year stint in … Continue reading

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What do you do with a degree in History from Scranton? Ask Stephanie Aten.

As part of an ongoing series on students who graduate with a degree in History  from the University of Scranton we offer a guest post from graduating senior, and recently inducted member of Phi Alpha Theta, Stephanie Aten.  Stephanie is … Continue reading

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What do you do with a degree in History from Scranton? Ask Trish Ross.

Tricia M. Ross, a 2007 graduate of the History Department, has won a 2014-2015 Fulbright Student Award to Germany. After graduation from Scranton, Trish studied for master’s degree from Yale University. She is now working on her doctoral dissertation at … Continue reading

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