On October 14, the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences awarded a Wilbur Cross Medal—the school’s highest honor—to historian and past AHA president Thomas C. Holt.
This past June a number of staff from the AHA and I had the opportunity to serve as judges in the Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest, held at the University of Maryland-College Park.
The AHA Council has been hearing from department chairs and directors of graduate studies about prospective graduate students being pressured to accept funding packages earlier than the national deadline of April 15.
The University of Notre Dame recently announced that it will open the Donald R. Keough School of Global Affairs, its first new college in nearly a century.
The AHA has been following the controversy over the College Board’s revised curriculum framework for Advanced Placement US History.