On October 24, 2012, HGSA dedicated a plaque in the Bonner Seminar room with the names of the Louis Jones Service Award winners. Dr. Louis E. Jones spoke about the founding of HGSA and discussed the importance of graduate student involvement in activities outside the classroom. The winners of the service award are announced each year at the Department of History Spring reception. The winners so far have been: 2010 - Maria Wendeln, 2011 - Tim Moran, 2012 - Beth Fowler.
The goal of the History Graduate Students' Association is to assist in the academic and professional development of graduate students enrolled in the Department of History at Wayne State University.
Every student enrolled in the Department of History's Graduate Program is a member of the HGSA.
WHAT WE DO
The HGSA was established with the intent to build a more cohesive, friendly, and social sense of community for graduate students of history at Wayne State University. We are here to discuss and address issues, concerns, and opportunities that students have.
Throughout the course of the year, the HGSA plans to offer special events that will enhance academic and professional development. We look forward to enriching the lives of graduate history students and we are open to any suggestions students may have in how best to achieve this goal at Wayne State Univeristy.
Amanda Walter, President Joshua Morris, Vice President of Education Nick Garlinghouse, Vice President of Social Affairs Mitch Fleischer, Treasurer Michael Polano, Recording Secretary CONTACT US and OFFICER BIOS
Information on this webpage does not necessarily represent the views and opinions of all the HGSA officers, nor is it meant to be representative of the views of Wayne State University, the Wayne State History Department, or any of its students.