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Ph.D. Careers

Please send news of new jobs, awards, fellowships, publications, and admissions to other graduate programs to Laurie O'Neill at lponeill@uncg.edu. We will include your career news on this web site and in the fall department newsletter. Thanks!

Academic Career News

Jennifer Bratyanski, Ph.D. 2012: AP Teacher, Providence Day School, Charlotte, NC, Director of Charlotte Film Festival

Margaret Williams Carmack, Ph.D. 2016: Program Chair, Department of General Education and Psychology, Colorado Technical University, CO

Christopher Davis, Ph.D. 2019: Grants Specialist, Lecturer, UNCG

Hannah Dudley-Shotwell, Ph.D. 2016: Honors Faculty Scholar, Longwood University, VA

Christine Flood, Ph.D. 2015: Associate Faculty Program Chair, Ashby Residential College, UNCG

Christopher Graham, Ph.D. 2013: Mellon Curator, American Civil War Museum, Richmond, Virginia

Kevin Greene, Ph.D. 2011: Associate Professor of History and Interdisciplinary Studies, Director of the Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage, University of Southern Mississippi

Arlen Hanson, Ph.D. 2021: Instructor, UNC Pembroke, NC

Karen Hawkins, Ph.D. 2012: Teacher, Voyager Academy High School, NC

John Kaiser, Ph.D. 2015: Full-time Instructor, Wake Technical Community College, NC

Brian Lee, Ph.D. 2015: Assistant Professor at McNeese State University, LA

Justina Licata, Ph.D. 2020: Assistant Professor at Indiana University East, Richmond, IN

Stuart Marshall, Ph.D. 2023: Visiting Assistant Professor at Sewanee: University of the South

Sarah McCartney, Ph.D. 2018: Assistant Teaching Professor for NIAHD (National Institute of American History & Democracy) and the Department of History at the College of William & Mary, VA

Paige Meszaros, Ph.D. 2012: History instructor, Cary Academy at SAS, Cary, NC; Area II Instructor, North Carolina Governor's School

Alyce Miller, Ph.D. 2012: Professor, Valencia College, Orlando, FL

Jamie Mize, Ph.D. 2017: Associate Professor, UNC Pembroke, NC

Ethan Moore, Ph.D. student: Coordinator of Art Collections and Instructor, Elon University, NC

Joseph Moore, Ph.D. 2011: Department of Social Sciences Chair, Assistant Professor, Special Assistant to the President for Academic Enhancement, Gardner-Webb University, NC

Eric Oakley, Ph.D. 2017: Full-time Instructor, Kennesaw State University, GA

Tiffany Butler Packer, Ph.D. 2012: Assistant Professor, Florida A&M University, FL

Jewel Parker, Ph.D. student: Full-time Instructor, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Steven Peach, Ph.D. 2016: Associate Professor, Tarleton State University, TX

Keri Petersen, Ph.D. 2017: Senior Director, History and Exhibits, Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte, NC

Angela Robbins, Ph.D. 2010: Associate Professor, Meredith College

Cory Joe Stewart, Ph.D. 2010: Social Sciences Division Chair, Surry Community College, NC

Jason Stroud, Ph.D. 2019: Assistant Professor of History at Greensboro College, NC

Brian Suttell, Ph.D. 2018: Assistant Professor of History and Success Coach at Ferrum College, VA

Natasha Thompson, Ph.D. 2012: Full-time Instructor, Vance-Granville Community College, NC

Jess Usher, Ph.D. 2015: Assistant Professor, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, GA

Monica Ward, Ph.D. 2019: Lecturer, Bryant University, Smithfield, RI



Jamie Myers Mize

"It was always my goal to be a teaching scholar. I learned after I obtained my tenure track position that one thing that set me apart from other candidates was my experience in the classroom. UNCG helps you to build this part of your CV like no other Ph.D. program. Mentorship is another strength of the program. My advisor introduced me to my scholarly community and encouraged me to become involved in conference panels, book reviews, and other things. Multiple members of the faculty offered advice and support on the art of instruction, career life balance, and ways to produce and disseminate my scholarship. I can honestly say that I would not have been able to achieve my goals without my experience in the UNCG program and the support of its excellent faculty."

Jamie Myers Mize earned her Ph.D. from UNCG in 2017. She is an Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina-Pembroke. She specializes in the history of Southeastern Indians in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries with a focus on gender.

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