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Deneil Hill (2010) is a Ph.D. candidate in History at SUNY-Binghamton, where she has served a Managing Editor of the Journal of Women’s History and recently received the Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies for her dissertation project, “Shifting Feminist Visions at the UN: Self-Determination, Sexuality and Human Rights, 1975-1995.” Deneil got in touch recently:
Johnny Fulfer (2016) earned a M.A. in History from the University of South Florida and is currently editor of The Economic Historian and a freelance writer for the The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA).
Maggie Byrd (2013) earned a M.A. publishing and editing at Rosemont College (Pennsylvania) in 2015 and is now an editor at HarperCollins. Click here for an article about Maggie’s work and farewell as editor of Oregon East, Eastern’s literary magazine.
Karen Caverly Molineaux (2012) completed her public history capstone project, entitled “Communication Breakdown: The True Culprit of the Modoc Indian War” and has accepted a job at the Klamath County Museum as their School Outreach Coordinator.
Rachel Collins (2012) is in her final year of law school at the University of Idaho.
Dustin Keys (2012) is in his fourth year of the graduate program in Food Sciences and Technology at Oregon State University, where he received full funding and a research assistantship. Click here to view an article that Dustin recently co-authored.
Brook Smith (2012) completed the M.A.T. Program at Eastern and accepted a teaching position at Delta High School in Delta Junction, Alaska, where he is currently teaching World History, honors World Literature, and English II.
Aislinn Hooker (2011) earned her M.A.T. degree from Eastern in 2012 and has a full time teaching position at La Grande Middle School.
Kyle Schwartz (2011) is in his second year of the M.A. program in History at Emporia State University in Kansas, where he is also a Graduate Teaching Assistant. Kyle recently wrote us:
Michael Godfrey (2010) recently completed his final year at Willamette University School of Law.