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History Department
P.O. Box 1510
Pembroke, NC 28372

Phone: 910.521.6229
Fax:
910.775.4026
Email:
sse@uncp.edu

Location: Dial Building, Room 203
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

New Graduate Student Orientation

Fall 2013 ORIENTATION

New Graduate Student Orientation
Saturday, August 10, 2013
8:50 a.m. through early afternoon
University Center Annex Assembly Room

Orientation Registration
Register by August 7, 2013.

Graduation Applications (2013-2014):
By the appropriate deadline, a graduate student must submit the Application for Graduate Degree (for those completing a degree program) or the Request for Certification of Program Completion (for non-degree programs). Both forms are available on the Graduate Studies website (http://www.uncp.edu/grad/forms/).
 
Graduate School:
Please see the graduate school's website and the Graduate Student Academic Calendar for important deadlines and other information. If you plan to graduate in December or May, please make sure you submit your Graduation Application by the appropriate due date.

Internships:
If you are an MAT student who plans to student teach during the Spring or Fall terms, please contact Dr. Billingsley as soon as possible.

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JAMES MADISON MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIP FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 2007 FELLOWS
The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation of Washington, D.C. recently announced that it has selected 57 James Madison Fellows for the year 2007 in its sixteenth annual fellowship competition. James Madison Fellowships support the graduate study of American history by aspiring and experienced secondary school teachers of American history, American government, and social studies.

Named in honor of the fourth president of the United States and acknowledged "Father of the Constitution and Bill of Rights," a James Madison Fellowship funds up to $24,000 of each Fellow's course of study towards a master's degree. That program must include a concentration of courses on the history and principles of the United States Constitution.

The 57 James Madison Fellows were selected in competition with applicants from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the nation's island and trust territories. The fellowships are funded by income from a trust fund in the Treasury of the United States and from additional private gifts, corporate contributions, and foundation grants. Recipients are required to teach American history or social studies in a secondary school for at least one year for each year of fellowship support. The award is intended to recognize promising and distinguished teachers, to strengthen their knowledge of the origins and development of American constitutional government, and thus to expose the nation's secondary school students to accurate knowledge of the nation's constitutional heritage.

Founded by an Act of Congress in 1986, the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation is an independent establishment of the executive branch of the federal government. Additional information may be found at www.jamesmadison.gov.

Contact: Lewis Larsen
2000 K STREET, NW,
SUITE 303
WASHINGTON, DC 20006
800-525-6928
202-653-6111
madison@act.org
www.jamesmadison.gov

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Updated: Monday, July 1, 2013

 
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