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The department office is located in the JKSA building on the west side of campus. We are a multi-disciplinary department offering degrees in Fire and Emergency Services Administration, History, Political Science, Professional Studies, Geography, Intelligence Studies and courses in Philosophy.
Welcome Class of 2019.
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Fayetteville State University
Department of Government and History
1200 Murchison Road
Joseph Knuckles Building
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Geoint lab now open !
History Students at the unveiling of the Lewis S. Leary Historic Marker. Leary was an abolitionist who died while participating in John Brown's raid at Harper's Ferry (October 1859). He was also the brother of one of FSU's founders -Matthew N. Leary, Jr.
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"Congratulations are in order for the department with the highest average LSAT score on the December exam.... Once again, the History Department takes the first spot! Political Science is second!" --- FSU General Counsel Office
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Spring 2016: students and faculty involved with the GLBL 200.GU1: Global Peace Role Models: Gandhi, MLK, and Mandela class with Dr. Linda Tomlinson. Students represent the Gandhian and Peace Studies at Panjab University
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If you need assistance with pre-registration please see your assigned advisor or schedule an appointment with Academic Advisor Ms. Latoya Parker TS 108A X2322 for all department majors. If you are an FESA major please contact Mr. Gardell Chavis LS321 X2684 for assistance.
February 9, 2017: Dr. Kelli Cardenas Walsh and Mr. Charles Anderson will provide a lecture to Cumberland County Public School students on African American Heroe's from Fayetteville, NC in celebration of Black History Month. Cumberland County Library @ 9 and 1030.
February 16, 2017: Dr. Linda Tomlinson's paper: "Importance of Global Understanding Courses in the 21st Century: A USA and India Model" has been accepted for presentation at the National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS) conference in Dallas, Texas on February 16, 2017.
February 22, 2017: Dr. Peter Wood (Professor Emeritus of History, Duke) will provide a lecture in Shaw Auditorium @ 2pm
February 28, 2017: Government and History Department Majors forum. Check back for time and location.
March 28: "Trailblazing Women" Tuesday at 2:00 pm. Location confirmation pending.
Check back soon.
FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION :
Amanda Ostrander (major - Intelligence Studies, minor - Geography) was selected as a Student Assistant at the Federal User Conference in Washington DC to be held in February 2016. The student assistantship provides for the conference registration and hotel accommodation. Only a handful of students are generally selected.
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY AT Cowpens National Battlefield Park Update: Joel Cook C/O 2016 received this internship. Congratulations Joel!
Dr. Linda Tomlinson has a chapter ""Reflections on Motherhood: Birthing Black Sons" published fall 2016. To order your copy go to https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781442269125/Our-Black-Sons-Matter-Mothers-Talk-about-Fears-Sorrows-and-Hopes
Dr. Bradley Kadel's recently published book, "Drink and Culture In Nineteenth Century Ireland," was awarded the GOURMAND DRINKS AWARDS in the catagory of best wine history book. January 2016.
- Students Mr. Joel Cook and Mrs. Christina Cottier presented their research at the annual History Honor Society meeting of Phi Alpha Theta, Orlando, Florida January 2016
Congratulations to Drs., Tomlinson, Russo and Malhotra. They were recognized as being among the best academic advisors in CAS. 10 faculty were recognized with this distinction -- three of the ten work right here in the GH department. Kudos!
You can read about the experience of Drs. Tomlinson and Malhotra in their recently published article Strangers on a Train in Southeastern Geographer Vol. 54, Number 1, Spring 2014
FSU Civil Rights past in the news. Read about our own Dr. Stanley Johnson
FSU Faculty and Alumni speak on Historical Markers of Murchison Road
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(Above) The home of Former FSU Principal Dr. E.E.Smith located on Blount Street Fayetteville, NC
March 30, 2016 Courses Expand Perspective for FSU Students
We are a multi-disciplinary department offering challenging classes designed to prepare you with a strong liberal arts education leading to a successful career in the 21st century.
We invite you to join us for one of our lecture programs, clubs or classes. If we may be of assistance please do not hesistate to contact the department staff or program faculty.
Chair Department of Government and History
Dr. Adegoke Ademiluyi
Assistant Chair: Dr. Han Lheem
Ms. Sharon M. Smith
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