Ashland University will be hosting the Ohio Regional meeting of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honorary, on Saturday, March 31. Students and faculty from all over the state--and some from out of state--are expected to travel to Ashland for the event, which is being sponsored by Ashland University's Department of History and Political Science and the university's Omicron Zeta chapter of Phi Alpha Theta.
The conference will consist of a series of panels, organized around particular themes and made up of students presenting papers, with prizes awarded for those judged to be the best. All students are invited to submit proposals to present papers, although only Phi Alpha Theta members are eligible to win prizes. The conference will also feature a keynote address by Michael Schwarz, Assistant Professor of History at Ashland University, entitled "Thomas Jefferson: The Indispensable Founder."
The cost to attend the conference is $25, plus a $2.50 service charge; the fee includes admission to all conference events and all conference materials, as well as a continental breakfast and served lunch provided by Ashland University's award-winning dining service. Registration will be handled online at https://www.wepay.com/events/123897.
For more information on the upcoming conference, or on how to submit a proposal, contact John Moser at email@example.com.