Happy New Year from the Nipissing University History Society! Stay tuned for all of the great events we have coming up in 2019!
Will you be bussing to the event? Lucky for you, you can find the bus route from the University to the event here. Need to know when those buses come on the day of the event? Use My Ride North Bay (also available as an app!).
We are now accepting clothing orders! If you’re interested in purchasing a sweater, please head over to our Clothing page to view the product or our Clothing Order Form to purchase! Orders are due by February 1, 2019.
If you love Prof K’s classes, you’ll love this new segment of the seminar series! And the bonus? It’s Record of Student Development approved! The other bonus? They have ~*SnAcKs*~
ATTENTION FIRST YEARS!
We are holding a Scavenger Hunt just for you and the contest starts NOW!!
The contest rules, prizes, and important information can be found in this document: nuhs scavenger hunt v. 03
IMPORTANT NOTICE: We have some important corrections regarding the Scavenger Hunt. You may have received a version of the hand-out in your classes without the updates on them. If you have received this version (nuhs scavenger hunt v. 02) then this notice applies to you. Dr. Neal is currently on sabbatical and is unlikely to be on campus this semester. He is the answer to the question “Which professor is also a Reverend?”. You no longer need his signature or to attend his office. Dr. Earl is also away on sabbatical. She is the answer to the questions “Which professor was the recipient of the 2009-2010 Hans Rosenberg Book Prize for The Nuremberg SS-Einsatzgruppen Trial, 1945-1958: Atrocity, Law, and History awarded by the Conference Group fest book in Central European History of the American Historical Association?” and “Which professor received the 2008-2009 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching?”. You no longer need her signature or to attend her office as well. You can either hand in the original copy and leave those sections blank or download the newest version (in this post above the notice).
If you have any questions, you can connect with us on our contact page or you can email Emily Grace Percival, one of our execs, at email@example.com
Introducing brand-new in 2018 is the Nipissing University History Society’s student journal called Integritas. This is an academic journal that features historical work by students at Nipissing University. Interested in featuring your article? More information can be found here.
You can also find the Department of History’s bulletin board on the third floor across from H305 and the History Society bulletin board across from H303.