MA Student (expected 2018)
Dr. Andrea Turpin
I am broadly interested in American higher education, and am more narrowly interested in the relationship between religion and education in early twentieth century denominational colleges.
B.A. in History, Grove City College (Grove City, PA), 2016.
Guittard Fellowship, Baylor University (2016-2017); Elinor M. Caruthers Award, Grove City College (2016); Phi Alpha Theta History Award, Grove City College (2016); David E. McKillop Scholarship, Grove City College (2015); ODK Paper of the Year for the Social Sciences, Grove City College (2014 & 2013); Presidential Scholarship, Grove City College (2012).
“Subjectivity and the American Court: an Analysis of Roper v. Simmons,” Grove City College Journal of Law & Public Policy
5 (2014): 95–110.
I was president of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society for two years as an undergraduate. Also as an undergraduate, I took courses in diverse fields including national security, economics, legal studies, and French.