News & Events
New Undergraduate History Magazine: The next meeting of the student-run history undergraduate magazine will take place on Thursday, Feb., 19 from 3:30 to 4:30 in Sullivan 306. If you would like more information, please contact department chair Dr. Sean Condon.
International Studies Speaker Series: Tuesday, Feb. 17. 2:00 to 3:15pm in Sakowich Meeting Room B: Dan Bisbee, “Metropolitan Battlefields: Urban combat and city politics in Iraq and Syria.” The International Studies Program at Merrimack College welcomes Dan Bisbee, whose presentation examines recent episodes of warfare and postconflict reconstruction in urban areas of Iraq and Syria. Currently, Mr. Bisbee is a doctoral candidate in Security and Intelligence Studies at the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School for Public and International Affairs. His work builds upon his service on the Baghdad Provincial Reconstruction Team as both a US Army officer and a State Department political officer from 2005-2008. For more information, please contact Dr. Sean Condon, Director of the International Studies Program.
Gilder-Lehrman institute of American History Scholar Award This recognizes outstanding college juniors and seniors who have demonstrated academic and extracurricular excellence in American history or American studies as well as a commitment to public service and community involvement. (Applications Due March 2, 2015)
Spring Career Fair
Wednesday March 25 | 2-5pm | Multi-Purpose Room
The Spring Career Fair will host over 85 employers from multiple industries throughout the region. Students interested in pursuing internships, co-ops, or full time jobs should attend to meet employers, learn about prospective professional opportunities, and network in their industry. Professional dress is required and students are encouraged to attend Career Lab prior to the event to review their resume. Attached please find a list of employers currently signed up for the fair and positions they are looking to fill. Click here to see the most up to date list of employers signed up for the fair.
Peace Corps. - Employer in Residence
Students RSVP: March 26
Date: Friday March 27 | Sign up for individual appointment slots
Peace Corps will be on campus Friday, March 27 to meet with students during individual 30-minute appointments. Students may book an appointment to learn about the Peace Corps, the application process, and how their skills and interests make them an ideal candidate. Students from all majors are welcome. Space is limited; students must sign up and reserve a one-on-one appointment through Advantage.