The HGSA represents the interest of the department's graduate students to UNL's faculty, staff, and administration, in addition to building a cohesive graduate community. They hold monthly meetings to discuss issues and concerns, hold colloquiums on topics ranging fromhow to publish and article to advice on navigating the job market. They encourage you to attend our monthly meetings throughout the year. According to our Constitution, history graduate students are de facto members of HGSA unless they disassociate themselves.
Their primary event is the James A. Rawley Conference in the Humanities held every spring. The Rawley Conference was founded to provide a forum for graduate students across discplines to present their work and receive valuable feedback from department faculty. Interest and attendance to the conference has been growing every year since its establishment and draws participants from several regional universities.
The HGSA hosts several activities on campus such as holding meetings about graduate student issues; representing graduate students on the department's Graduate Studies Committee; holding colloquiums on topics such as publishing, presenting conference papers, and entering the job market.
Should you have any questions or concerns about the program, institution, or community, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. Please find more information on their website.
Department of History
612 Oldfather Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0327, USA
Phone : (402) 472-2414
Fax : (402) 472-8839