Off-Campus Trips

Off-Campus Trips

Susquehanna history majors attended the Phi Alpha Theta Regional History Conference at Villanova University, 4/9/11.
Students Attend History Conference


The “American Women” class, taught by Associate Professor Karol Weaver, Ph.D., visited the Women’s Rights National Historic Park in Seneca Falls, N.Y., 3/11/09.


First-year history majors accompanied Associate Professor David Imhoof, Ph.D. on a service trip to the Mifflinburg Buggy Museum in Mifflinburg, PA, 8/29/09.


The "Pennsylvania History" class, taught by Associate Professor Edward Slavishak, Ph.D., hiked the Loyalsock Trail, 10/11/09.


The “History Methods and Collective Inquiry” class, taught by Associate Professor Catherine Fourshey, Ph.D., visited the Library of Congress and National Archives in Washington, D.C., 2/20/09.


The “Senior Seminar” class, taught by Associate Professor David Imhoof, Ph.D., attended the annual “Coal Bucket” football game between Shamokin and Mt. Carmel high schools.


The “Pennsylvania History” class, taught by Associate Professor Karol Weaver, Ph.D., visited the Pioneer Tunnel Coal Mine in Ashland, Pa., Oct. 2007.


History majors toured China, June 2006.


Susquehanna’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta attended the regional conference at Rowan University, 4/1/06.


History majors attended the Phi Alpha Theta biennial conference in Philadelphia, Jan. 2006.


The “History of Medicine” and “Pennsylvania History” classes, taught by Associate Professor Karol Weaver, Ph.D. and Associate Professor Ed Slavishak, Ph.D., visited the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia, 11/11/05.

Europe Trips

Civil War Class Trips

History department trips to Gettyburg and Antietam.



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