Lindsay Moore named top female graduate history student in the nation

Lindsay Moore named top female graduate history student in the nation

On Sunday, January 4, 2009, the prestigious award for a female student completing a dissertation in history was presented to Lindsay Moore, 2001 graduate of Southern Nazarene University, by the Coordinating Council for Women in History (CCHW). The award presentation was made at a luncheon held in New York City, New York.
Lindsay Moore
Lindsay Moore being honored by the CCHW at a luncheon in New York City.

Moore has been the recent recipient of two additional awards for her research work conducted in England and at the Huntington Library in San Marino, California. These awards included the Columbian College Travel Grant from George Washington Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, in the amount of $5,000, and the Huntington Library Fellowship from the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, also for $5,000.

Moore was also selected to present a paper at the regional Historilogical Society convention in Boston, Massachusetts in November 2008. She is currently organizing a panel for the 2009 national convention, at the request of the CCWH.

The CCHW is a national organization for women in the historical profession and is designed to promote education and research in all areas of women’s history. For more information about the CCHW organization log on to www.theccwh.org. For more information about becomming a student at Southern Nazarene University, CLICK HERE.

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