Awards

  • Spring 2021 A. Charles and S. Nevada Adams Graduate Research Assistantship
  • 2020 Adams Research Award
  • 2020 Society for Military History Micro-Grant
  • 2020 Society of Civil War Historians Micro-Grant
  • 2020 Marvin Wachman Fellowship in Force and Diplomacy
  • Honorable Mention for the Certificate for Army Heritage Center Foundation’s Professor Russell F. Weigley Award, for paper presented at 24th Annual James A. Barnes Graduate Student Conference, 2019
  • 2019 General and Mrs. Matthew B. Ridgway Military History Research Grant
  • Spring 2019 Temple University Graduate School Matching Grant
  • 2019 Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy Conference Travel Grant
  • Spring 2019 Temple University College of Liberal Arts Travel Award
  • 2018-2019 Temple University John Votaw Endowed Research Award
  • Spring 2018 Temple University College of Liberal Arts Travel Award
  • Honorable Mention for the Certificate for Army Heritage Center Foundation’s Professor Russell F. Weigley Award, for paper presented at 22nd Annual James A. Barnes Graduate Student Conference, 2017. https://www.armyheritage.org/education-programs/for-students/weigley-award

Research Publications

Reviews

Internships

  • Junior Fellow, Program on National Security – Foreign Policy Research Institute, 2019-

Conferences, Seminars & Workshops

  • Member, U.S. History Prize Committee, for the 26th Annual James A. Barnes Graduate Student Conference, 2021.
  • Commenter, “World War Two: New Perspectives,” 26th Annual James A. Barnes Graduate Student Conference, 2021.
  • Member, Society of Civil War Historians Writing Group, 2021.
  • Presented “The 17th Vermont at the Wilderness: A Test of Later Arrival Combat Performance,” College of Liberal Arts Colloquium, Norwich University, 2020.
  • Member, U.S. History Prize Committee, for the 25th Annual James A. Barnes Graduate Student Conference, 2020.
  • Presented “The 17th Vermont Volunteer Infantry Regiment and the Problem of ‘Eleventh-Hour Soldiers’: A Preliminary Investigation,” at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History, 2019.
  • Presented “The 17th Vermont Volunteer Infantry Regiment and the Problem of ‘Eleventh-Hour Soldiers’: A Preliminary Investigation,” at the 24th Annual James A. Barnes Graduate Student Conference, 2019.
  • Presented “Individualism and Authority: Vermont Soldiers’ Attitudes toward Military Discipline in the Civil War,” at the Popular Culture / American Culture Association Conference, 2018.
  • Commenter, “Global Military History,” 23rd Annual James A. Barnes Graduate Student Conference, 2018.
  • Participated in “Computational Textual Analysis Workshop,” offered by Temple University’s Digital Scholarship Center, January-February 2018.
  • Participated in “Text Analysis with R,” offered by Temple University’s Digital Scholarship Center, September-November 2017.
  • Attended the National Bureau of Economic Research’s “Users Group Meeting,” 2017.
  • Presented “Individualism and Authority: Vermont Soldiers’ Attitudes toward Military Discipline in the Civil War,” at the 22nd Annual James A. Barnes Graduate Student Conference, 2017.
  • Presented “The Rifle Musket in the Civil War: The Perils of Technological Determinacy,” at the 21st Annual James A. Barnes Graduate Student Conference, 2016.

Teaching Experience

  • Norwich University instructor, fall 2019-spring 2020: Military History II (HI236).
  • Temple University instructor, spring 2017-spring 2019: U.S. History to 1877 (HIST1101); U.S. Civil War (HIST2216); American Military Culture (HIST0847).
  • Temple University online instructor, summer 2018 and summer 2019: War and Peace (HIST0864); U.S. Civil War (HIST2216).
  • Temple University grader, fall 2015-spring 2019: U.S. History to 1877 (HIST1101); American Military Culture (HIST0847); Gender and World Societies (HIST0824); War and Peace (HIST0864).
  • Completed College of Liberal Arts Online Teaching Program, 2021.
  • Participated in the CAT (Center for the Advancement of Teaching) Online Teaching Training Workshop, 2017.

Temple University Service

  • Graduate Student Advisory Board, College of Liberal Arts, spring 2017-spring 2018.
  • James A. Barnes Club, Temple University History Department graduate student organization: Member, 2015-present; First-Year Representative, fall 2015-spring 2016; Vice President, fall 2016-spring 2017.

Community Service

  • Vermont History Day judge, 2020-2021.

Organizations

  • Golden Key International Honour Society, Society of Civil War Historians, Society for Military History

Languages

  • French, passed Language Examination for Candidates for Doctoral Degree; Latin, working proficiency; German, elementary proficiency