Phi Alpha Theta (ΦΑΘ) is proud to announce this years prize and award winners in special recognition of their significant accomplishments in the year of 20XX.

We sincerely thank you for your hard work and dedication to upholding PAT’s mission statement: “to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians.”

These winners represent this years undergraduate and graduate students that went above and beyond that call to action. Congrats!

CONGRATULATIONS WINNERS

DOCTORAL

Grant E. Stanton- University of Pennsylvania

Tracy Barnett- University of Georgia

Keely Smith- Princeton University

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS

Sadie Ingram- Georgia Southern University

Caitlynn Hudson- Georgia Southern University

Julia Waters- Simmons University

Madison Barben- Washington State University

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

Libby Flatt- Lubbock Christian University

GORDON BAKKEN SCHOLARSHIP IN WESTERN HISTORY

Hayden Nelson- University of Kansas

PAPER PRIZE AWARDS

Undergraduate

Timothy Rudolph- U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Claire Lavarreda- Eastern Connecticut State University

Samantha Frost- Framingham State University

Graduate

Grant E. Stanton- University of Pennsylvania

Marie Sarnacki- Eastern Michigan University

Jeff Markland- West Chester University of Pennsylvania

BEST FIRST BOOK AWARD

Jeremy Best- Heavenly Fatherland for the award over Allyson Brantley’s Brewing a Boycott.

Faculty Advisor Research Grant

Sean Perrone- Saint Anselm College