A date with history
March 15, 2012
David Rosehill took first prize for best paper using primary sources at the Regional Phi Alpha Theta conference at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa March 10. He won a cash prize and a book on feminist and anarchist Emma Goldman. (Photo courtesy of Jon Davidann, Ph.D.)
HONOLULU — Hawai‘i Pacific University history student David Rosehill took first prize for best paper using primary sources at the 28th annual Regional Phi Alpha Theta conference at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa March 10. His paper was about the oil situation in Alaska. Rosehill and history students Jordan Fleischmann, Ron Haskell and Frankie Silaoa represented HPU at the history honors society conference.
Three HPU history department faculty members also participated in conference: Jon Davidann, Ph.D., chaired a panel on the history of oil in the 20th and 21st centuries; James Corcoran, Ph.D., chaired a panel on American history; and Linda Lierheimer, Ph.D., served as a judge.
History students Jordan Fleischmann, Frankie Silao, David Rosehill and Ron Haskell represented HPU at the