2010-11 Officers of Epsilon Pi
Phi Alpha Theta, Inc.

Welcome to Phi Alpha Theta!


Kelsey Shearman is a senior. As a history major, she focuses on the medieval Europe, primarily the High Middle Ages in England and France. She is also an English minor and is working for her Medieval Studies Certificate. Kelsey is a member of Women and Business and a justice in University Judiciary. She interns at Athens' largest law firm and plans to attend law school after graduation in spring 2011

Please feel free to contact Kelsey if you are interested in becoming involved with Phi Alpha Theta!

Kelsey Shearman: PRESIDENT, kshearma@uga.edu


J.P. Hackney is a third year History Major from Acworth, GA. In addition to the History Major, he is working toward an undergraduate certificate in Native American Studies fron UGA's I.N.A.S.  He is a member of the Varsity Track & Field and Cross Country teams where he competes in the long distance events. In addition to competing he is also a Student Athlete Advisory Committee represtative. He plans on taking the L.S.A.T. this year and attending Law School upon graduation.

J.P. Hackney, VICE-PRESIDENT, jphackney@gmail.com


My name is Grace Park and I was born in Chicago, Illinois. I am a second year student at the Univ.of Georgia and am a history and philosophy double major. I recently joined the Georgia Museum of Art Association as I have had an interest in art from an early age. I am a violinist and was part of the UGA Philharmonia during my first year. I have uncertainties about becoming a lawyer, but despite this my aspirations include entering law school. I also have interest in continuing my studies in history after my undergraduate education and teaching in a college environment is another interest.

Grace Park: Secretary, gracepark012@yahoo.com


Jordan Shoemaker grew up in Athens, GA. She is a senior majoring in history with a minor in Art History. While at UGA, she has been involved with quizbowl as well as the Watson-Brown foundation. Her interests include American South and the Civil War, with a focus on nationalism and gender. In Spring 2010, she received the Joe Brown Connelly award for excellence in Georgia history. After graduation in the spring, she hopes to attend graduate school and pursue a PhD in history.

Jordan Shoemaker: TREASURER, jcs7618@uga.edu


Mary Margaret Cornwell is a third year from Adarisville, GA. She is working toward a double major in History and Art History. Her historical focus is American history with her main interest being pre-Revolution/Revolution America. She is also a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. Mary Margaret volunteers with the Georgia Museum of Art currently working as co-library intern. After graduation she plans on attend graduate school and pursue a career in curating.

Mary Margaret Cornwell: HISTORIAN, mm_cornwell@yahoo.com


Hello UGA majors!
Are you interested in helping out with Phi Alpha Theta this year? PAT is a wonderful national society that advocates the study of history, and UGA has a terrific chapter. You can check out the national site at www.phialphatheta.org. Taylor Rhodes and I are co-presidents this year, and we welcome anyone who wants to become more involved. Please feel free to e-mail us with any questions!

 

Faculty Advisor,
Professor Kirk Willis,
kw@uga.edu

(Ph.D. Wisconsin 1982; Associate Professor of History) modern Britain. Kirk Willis is working on a book manuscript on "British nuclear culture since 1945".