History Students Present Papers at Phi Alpha Theta Conference
Apr 5, 2005
Sharon Hart and Natalie Treece, both history majors and members of Union’s Delta-Psi Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, presented papers at the Kentucky 2005 Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference held at Murray State University on April 2. Sharon’s paper was on “Zwingli: For God and Country,” while Natalie’s presentation was entitled “British Appeasement: The Right Thing to Do?” Sharon won third place out of twenty submissions in the undergraduate competition for best papers.
Attending the conference with Sharon and Natalie were fellow students Elizabeth Carls and Heather Tobe, as well as Dr. Stephen Carls, Professor Keith Bates, Dr. Judy LeForge, and Dr. Terry Lindley from the department faculty.
Sharon Hart (left) and Natalie Treece, Union’s history paper presenters at the Kentucky Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference, stand by the conference welcome sign.
Sharon Hart (left) holds her third-place undergraduate research paper award and stands with her senior seminar paper advisor, Professor Keith Bates.
The Union University contingent attending the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference in Kentucky included: (front row, left to right) Dr. Terry Lindley, Sharon Hart, Heather Tobe, Dr. Judy LeForge, Dr. Stephen Carls; (back row, left to right) Natalie Treece, Elizabeth Carls, and Professor Keith Bates.