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Good Morning!

Dr. Schrag has asked that I extend his apologies, for the announcement below was sent to the PhD History student listserv in error.  This opportunity is only for MA History students at this time.

Thank you,
Emily



Emily Gibson | Graduate Coordinator
History and Art History | College of Humanities and Social Sciences
4400 University Drive, MS 3G1 | Robinson Hall B, Room B354  | Fairfax, VA 22030
phone: 703.993.1248 | fax: 703.993.1251 | email: [log in to unmask] | web: http://historyarthistory.gmu.edu/
office hours: 8:30am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday






-----Original Message-----
From: Emily M Gibson 
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2018 9:01 AM
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>; [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Randy Beth Clarke Fellowship in U.S. History

From: Zachary Schrag
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2018 7:23 AM
Subject: Randy Beth Clarke Fellowship in U.S. History

I am writing to invite qualified students to apply for the department's Randy Beth Clarke Fellowship in U.S. History.

This $1000 memorial fellowship was created thanks to a generous donation from the parents of Randy Beth Clarke, an M.A. student here who passed away in 2009.

Students who wish to nominate themselves should have an excellent academic record and a concentration in US history. Priority will go to students who have a demonstrated interest in women's history, the Civil War era, or volunteering at historic sites or museums. Students with physical disabilities are also particularly invited to apply. To be eligible, you must have completed a minimum of 9 credits in the program and will not graduate before the end of fall semester 2018.

An application should consist of a short essay (maximum of three pages), spelling out your interests and experience in American history and the fellowship’s areas of focus, as well as a copy of your Mason transcript (which you can download from your Patriotweb account—it does not need to be official). You may ask one Mason faculty to write a letter of recommendation for you, though this is not required to be considered.  All materials should be sent to me via email ([log in to unmask]) no later than 5pm on Friday, February 23.

Zachary M. Schrag
Professor and Director of MA Program in History | Department of History and Art History | George Mason University [log in to unmask] | zacharyschrag.com | @zacharyschrag | 703 594 1844 Office appointments: https://secure-web.cisco.com/19MOQ27Tk6XEfSUV2YQWd38vBZ3P3X29wQ8nS4yRZby69tEEoDoSxdrS8l-f8nvs17zvG52Obl1g7E-5KxCLyd9x7kZTpdOTSadypFuI1ylPMZnph3W81TPtOJCjHHBfAh18vRitwdeRo0mmY_XPFPutqz4g0cQo1U7qd3EjNQYeX2OQlmygDEzgG3NLkF2HgWdhx3B1K8G1lPwvBKaBTGPeWSWjKFmaudXih3WyV6yDBbr-guP2agTxyYOCiOwCsX1Vsn6Q9w5luFLcnFTrmi8AKqyiw1lTBiApu1Xpm_5YcgUMc_T03-c-n2Cf70anYAYOdfg3KWuZJlCViqSgrgNEAF4TqSBP946A6sRmdVHO_f_8LCnJ-lFelLcPBMO2Og74V6tYk4_MKuftiMeTjYQrB4R7mZMvJ_j5lVXhFhNOfrCjj2SVUJK_rGIVyyS9oJgA5RtqwJo9U1DgXEPJVXw/https%3A%2F%2Fzschrag.youcanbook.me%2F.

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