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Spring Break in London

As part of the department’s History 295: Britain Past and Present course, eleven students and three faculty members traveled to London over spring break.  Highlights of the trip included visits to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Cambridge, Oxford, and Ye Olde Cheshire … Continue reading

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Dr. Brennan in Kazakhstan

Dr.Sean Brennan spent five weeks in October and November in Almaty, Kazakhstan helping to establish an academic exchange program between the University of Scranton and Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, the premier university in Kazakhstan. He also taught a four-week seminar … Continue reading

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And the Winner Is . . . .

  Dr. Roy Domenico has been awarded the American Catholic Historical Association’s Distinguished Teaching Award.  The award is presented to a college or university professor who has demonstrated a high commitment to teaching beyond the expected requirements of their position … Continue reading

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