Susan O’Hara

Susan O'Hara, graduate student, Department of History, University of ConnecticutOffice: Wood Hall 14A

 

Research Interests: 
U.S. Foreign Relations, U.S.-NATO Relations, U.S.-European Union Relations, European Integration, Cold War, Human Rights

 

Advisor: 
Frank Costigliola

 

Biography:
Susan O’Hara graduated magna cum laude from the University of Connecticut in 2011 with a B.A. in History. As an undergraduate, Susan spent over a year at the University of Nottingham studying European Union history and politics. Prior to pursuing her PhD, Susan worked in a variety of technology and real estate start ups as a senior sales manager, team leader, and staff trainer. A native of Connecticut, Susan has lived in Northern Ireland, England, and, most recently, Seattle. In her spare time, Susan enjoys traveling, solving crossword puzzles, and exploring New England.

 

Selected Awards, Honors, and Grants: 
History Department Award, University of Connecticut, May 2011
Frances & Irving Seliger Memorial Award for Holocaust Studies, University of Connecticut, April 2010
New England Scholar, 2010

 

Professional Memberships:
American Historical Association, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations