Office:Holloway Hall #338
the History Department
Maarten L. Pereboom, Ph.D.
U.S. foreign/European international relations
James McCallops, Ph.D.
Bart Talbert, Ph.D.
Donald M. Whaley, M.A.
German history, history of science and technology
Dean Kotlowski, Ph.D.
20th century U.S., political, Latin America
Michael Lewis, Ph.D.
Creston S. Long, Ph.D.
A. Ragan, Ph.D.
Kristen Walton, Ph.D.
George W. Gering, Jr., M.A.
Claudia Hannon, M.A.
Edward F. Jones, M.A.
Tara McMichael, M.A.
Barry Neville, M.A.
Brian Starr, M.A.T.
N. Rabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture
at Salisbury University
All students are encouraged to use the rich resources of the Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture at Salisbury University, which enables intensive study in local history, family history, archaeology and folklore. The Research Center promotes a "laboratory" at which students may learn the craft of history.
The History Department sponsors two international honor societies for students majoring in history.
Phi Alpha Theta is the international honor society in history and Pi Gamma Mu is the international honor society in the social sciences. Initiation into these honor societies are typically held each fall (Pi Gamma Mu) and spring ( Phi Alpha Theta). Information regarding the qualifications for membership are available in the History Department.
The History Department sponsors an active history social club which undertakes educational trips to historic sites and takes part in numerous collegial activities on campus.
The Social Science Club is open to any student interested in the social sciences. The club coordinates its activities with those of Pi Gamma Mu, the Honor Society in Social Sciences, and organizes social events, trips, and programs of interest to the University community. See Dr. Richard Bowler, or Dr. Clara Small for more information.
Phi Alpha Theta, the international honor society in history, is represented on the SU campus by the Iota Chapter, and seeks nominations for its initiations held each spring semester. Qualifications include junior, senior or graduate class standing with at least 12 hours in history beyond History 101 and 102, a minimum GPA of 3.0 in history and an overall GPA of at least 3.1. In addition, students must rank in the top 35 percent of their class. For more information and or nominations, contact Dr. Greg Ference at (410)543-6129; Dr. Maarten Pereboom at (410)543-6454, or the history department at (410) 543-6245.
Pi Gamma Mu, International Honor Society in Social Science, is represented on the SU campus by Maryland Gamma Chapter and is open to all majors in the social sciences or students who have met the criteria for admission. Initiation is held in the fall semester.
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