Alumni

Huskies Forever Alumni Weekend: History Events Fri, Oct 21

Huskies Forever Almuni Weekend 2016 image bannerHistory will again participate in the Huskies Forever Alumni Weekend! We are excited to offer two interesting panel discussions!

“Humans and Animals in History” – faculty panel, featuring

Kenneth Gouwens
Ricardo Salazar-Rey
Nancy Shoemaker

The faculty panel will be followed by refreshments.

Professional Life After History – alumni career panel, featuring

Beth Kilmarx
Jonathan Krezel
Virgilio Lopez
Matthew Necci

This information will be updated as the event date draws closer. For more information about the events across campus that weekend and to register to attend, please visit huskiesforever.uconn.edu

10/9 – Huskies Forever: Discussion Panel, Alumni Roundtable

Wood Hall, Autumn 2012Huskies Forever
Alumni Weekend –

History Department Events

Friday, October 9th

4 pm – 7:30 pm

Wood Hall Basement Lounge

 

To register for History’s event: https://secure.www.alumniconnections.com/olc/pub/UCN/event/showEventForm.jsp?form_id=191630,

third event down, titled “History Alumni Panels, Reunion, and Reception.”

Please note event is “Free” but registration is requested to determine catering.

 

Order of Events:

4:00 – 5:00           Panel Presentation, “History Memory, and Justice,” featuring:

  • Prof. Jelani Cobb, Associate Professor and Director of the Africana Studies Institute, Post Civil War African American History & 20th Century American Politics
  • Prof. Alexis Dudden, Professor, Modern Japan, Korea, & Imperialism
  • Prof. Bradley Simpson, Associate Professor, US Foreign Relations & Southeast Asian History

5:00 – 6:00           Reception and Social Time with Refreshments

6:00 – 7:00           History Alumni Career Roundtable, featuring:

  • Terry Mayne ’75, Vice President / General Manager of Equisys Inc
  • Philip Drouin ’77, Foreign Service Officer, Retired
  • Michael McLinden ’82, Practice Director, Connelly Health + Wellness
  • Lisa Cannella Stuart ’85, Non-Profit Development Operations
  • Dan Breen ’98, Associate Professor of English and Department Chair, Ithaca College

audience at event