History Clubs, Honors, and Events
An active History Club that plans regional trips and hosts campus events.
Planning on being a teacher. Join the Education Club, which provides peer assistance to students in the Education department and encourages social and pre-professional interaction among student members.
A regional chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the national honor society for history students.
Regional chapter of Golden Key Honor Society, committed to scholarship, career development, leadership and service.
We host the annual Connecticut History Day competition and offer our students the opportunity to volunteer as judges. It’s an amazing professional opportunity.
Digital Farmington Blog: http://digitalfarmingtonblog.org
Digital Farmington is a community engagement project between the History Department and the Stanley-Whitman House in Farmington, CT.
Dr. Katherine Hermes' History 301: The Historical Imagination students will be working on Digital Farmington in the coming semesters, but it is not limited to the class. If you would like to contribute to the project, email Dr. Hermes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Knitting Clio: http://knittingclio.org
CSU Professor Heather Prescott writes this blog about women's history, the history of medicine, feminism, and more!