Graduate Placement Record

We are committed to training professional historians who advance scholarly understanding of the past as well as teach and engage broader publics. Our graduates work in universities, colleges, museums, the federal government, historical research firms and the private sector, including:

Bowdoin College LaGrange College University of British Columbia
Brookings Institution Linfield College University of California--Riverside
Brown University Lower Columbia Community College  University of California-Santa Cruz
California State University-Fullerton  Middlebury College University of Durham, UK 
Carthage College Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) University of Maryland-Baltimore County
Center for Military History National Park Service University of Michigan
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Northern Illinois University University of New South Wales
Central Washington University Northwest College University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Charles University (Prague) Pacific Lutheran University  University of Texas-San Antonion
College of St. Rose, Albany Presidential Management Fellowship Program University of Utah
Dartmouth College Princeton University, Post-doctoral fellowship in the Society of Fellows  Utah Historical Quarterly
Dept.of Housing and Urban Development Schenectady Community College University of Vrginia
Fordham University Seattle Central Community College University of Washington -Seattle
Genealogical Society of Utah Seattle University University of Washington-Bothell 
Genealogical Society of Utah Simon Fraser University University of Washington Press
Georgia Southwestern State University South Dakota State University University of Dayton 
Grand Valley State University  Southern Connecticut   Valparaiso University 
Guilford College Southern Illinois University Virginia Tech
Harvard University, Post-doctoral fellow in Global American Studies at the Charles Warren Center Trinity College Washington University
Indiana State University UCLA Western Washington University

 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS HELD BY RECENT HISTORY PhDs

 

Antony Adler, Visiting Research Fellow in the Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard University

Chong Eun Ahn, Asst. Prof. in the History Department at Central Washington University

Steven Beda, Instructor in the History Department at the University of Oregon 

Joseph Bernardo, Intercultural Affairs Associate at Loyola Marymount University

Hsiao-wen Cheng, Asst. Prof. in the  East Asian Languages and Civilizations Department at the University of Pennsylvania

Xiaolin Duan, Asst. Prof. in the History Department at Elon University 

Chad Garcia, Instructor at Columbia Basin College 

Mira Green, Lecturer in the History Department at the University of Washington

Christopher Herbert, Assoc. Prof. in the History Department at Columbia Basin College 

Jeongwon Hyun, Instructor at Western Washington University

Stefan Kamola, Asst. Prof. in the History Department at Eastern Connecticut University

Jessie Kindig, Visiting Scholar in the Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race at Columbia University

Allan Lumba, Asst. Prof. in the History Department at the University of Michigan 

Marty Manor Mullins, Instructor at Flathead Valley Community College

Deborah McNally, Instructor in the History Department at the University of Washington

Monica Meadows, Instructor in the  Humanities Department at Tacoma Community College 

Mei Feng Mok, Post-doctoral Fellow in the Asian Research Institute at the National University of Singapore 

Alexander Morrow, Instructor in the Center for the Study of Community and Society at the University of Washington-Tacoma

Julie Osborn, Writing Center Director in the History Department at the University of Washington

Maria Quintana, Post-doctoral Associate in the Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration at Yale University 

Nathan Roberts, Instructor in the History Department at the University of Washington

Kurt Schaefer, Instructor at Bates Technical College

Juned Shaikh, Asst. Prof. in the History Department at the University of California-Santa Cruz

Amanda Swain, Director of the Humanities Commons at the University of California-Irvine 

Catherine Warner, Post-doctoral Fellow in the South Asian Studies Department and the History Department  at Harvard University

Jennifer Webster, Instructor at Evergreen State College

Nathaniel Weston, Instructor in the History Department at the University of Washington

Woonkyung Yeo, Asst. Prof. in the  Asian Languages and Civilizations Department at Seoul National University