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Nazareth students present at Phi Alpha Theta history honor society conference

Published May 12, 2022

Nazareth College history honor society students recently traveled to Pennsylvania to present at the eastern Pennsylvania and central/western New York Regional Phi Alpha Theta history honor society conference at Mansfield University.

Nazareth was among 10 colleges and universities presenting a total of 34 papers. 

The following Nazareth students presented:

Emma Baldwin, “The Buffalo Pan-American Exposition (1901 World’s Fair): An Emblem of Optimism and Influence”

Jessica Michels, “Patroon, Patriot, and Major General: Philip Schuyler’s Controversial Involvement in the Revolutionary War”

Chiara Osborne, “Reinventing the Wheel: The Judson Dance Theater and Postmodern Experimentation”

Kayla Petri, “Iroquois Women: Gender Roles, Resistance, and Adaptation”

Nina Stockman, “America’s Anarchist: The Unintended Consequences of Assassinating William McKinley"

Timothy Thibodeau, Ph.D., Nazareth Phi Alpha Theta chapter adviser, was a session chair and judge.

Other institutions attending included: Alfred University, Buffalo State, SUNY Geneseo, Ithaca College, Mansfield University, Marywood University, Susquehanna University, University of Buffalo, and Ursinus College.


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Five Nazareth students presented at the regional Phi Alpha Theta history honor society conference on April 30, 2022. Pictured (left to right): Kayla Petri, Chiara Osborne, Professor Timothy Thibodeau, Jessica Michels, Emma Baldwin, and Nina Stockman.