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CSWS Associates’ Achievements

Bradley Nichols Bradley Nichols, who was an active participant in our AfterWars Research Seminar, has been offered a tenure track assistant professor position in History at the University of Missouri. Brad accumulated a striking record of grant successes during his time at UT, including the prestigious Berlin Program, UT Humanities Center Dissertation writing fellowship, a research fellowship at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, and the UT Thomas Dissertation Completion Fellowship.
Dominick Bucca Dominick Bucca, who worked as an intern at CSWS, has been accepted to the master’s program at Clemson University to study 19th Century America, the Civil War, and Reconstruction.
Peyton Snyder Peyton Snyder, who worked as an intern at CSWS, has been accepted to the doctoral program in history at the University of Iowa. His research interests focus on religious life and emigration in modern Germany.