There are many viable, interesting, and enriching clubs/associations and conferences that students in the Department of History and Government can join.
This club is for all the students with concentrations in history and government, and any student from other departments, or with different concentrations, at Bowie State University. The current officers are:
This organization was founded in 1920 as the National Political Science Honor Society. It is open to both graduate and upper-level undergraduate students in government or political science. The selected students are only those who have achieved the required level of academic excellence, and membership is possible through local chapters housed in or within departments. BSU's chapter is Phi Upsilon (established in 1998). For more information, go to www.pisigmaalpha.org.
Interested students should contact Dr. Benjamin Arah, the faculty advisor, at 301-860-3615 for the membership criteria and an application form.
This history honors society was established in March 1921 at the University of Arkansas by Professor Nels Cleven. Today, there are over 800 chapters in the country, open to undergraduate and graduate students as a fraternity of history learners. Interested students should contact their faculty advisors or go to the official website at www.phialphatheta.org. Interested students should consult with Dr. Mario Fenyo or Dr. Tamara L. Brown at 301-860-3600.
Founded in 1903, this organization has over 15,000 members in more than 80 countries. Interested students should go to the APSA website, www.apsanet.org, or call 202-483-2512.
If you are interested in the discipline of philosophy, contact Dr. Fred Mills at 301-860-3605 or Dr. Robert Birt at 301-860-3615. In addition, a leading organization for philosophy students and professionals is the American Philosophical Association, founded in 1900. The official website is www.apa.udel.edu and the telephone number is 302-831-1181.
There are many associations for students and historians. Three professional history organizations are The History Society, Conference on Faith and History, and American Historical Association. For further information, go to www.historians.org.
The largest professional organization of its kind with global membership and chapters in South Asia and Africa, founded in 1983, to provide an international structure for the humane and scientific study of Third World peoples, problems, and issues so as the improve their quality of lives. Its current President is Dr. Mario Fenyo (Professor of History at Bowie State University), and the links are:
Founded in 1978 as an interdisciplinary scholarly society to explore interactions of technology, science, the humanities, and the social sciences. The association welcomes papers dealing with all aspects of these interactions and draws in a broad range of disciplines and perspectives. It has a journal: Humanities and Technology Review that publishes articles on a broad range of themes addressing the interface between humanities and technology, and its Editor is Dr. Frederick B. Mills (Professor of Philosophy at Bowie State University).
Humanities and Technology Association Annual Conference, at Bowie State University, on September 30-October 2, 2010, sponsored by the Department of History & Government. For additional queries and information, click on these links:http://www.humanitiesandtechnology.org/HTA%20201020Conference