Tag: History (B.A.)

As the executive director of the Philadelphia Parking Authority, Rich Lazer, ’07, is working to strengthen the relationship between the agency and its communities.

The scholarship made in Dr. Stow’s honor will be given to a student with strong academic credentials and a demonstrated financial need.

William M. Nolte, '70, Ph.D., was the guest speaker in the Introduction to International Relations class.

History professor Stuart Leibiger, Ph.D., speaks at the National Constitution Center on the “experiment” that proved “a crucial moment in world history.” Each year, Constitution Day—observed on September 17—recognizes the […]

With easing (and lifting) of pandemic-related restrictions, Explorers are experiencing increased summer internship opportunities. The coronavirus pandemic has significantly compromised internship opportunities for college students, preventing many students from getting […]

William J. Burns, ’78, a career diplomat, retired from the U.S. Department of State in 2014. William J. Burns, ’78, a career ambassador and retired foreign service officer, has been […]