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Undergraduate Advising

Students must submit intent to graduate forms (also called file for degree forms). An advisor from the History department must sign the form before you take it to the Dean's office. If you are graduating with a double major, you must file two intent to graduate forms, one for each major. You will need to see an advisor in the other major as well as an advisor in history. The deadlines for filing these forms are:

  • October 1 for May graduation
  • April 1 for August graduation
  • August 1 for December graduation

The forms are available on line at: http://www.uri.edu/artsci/forms/

You may also pick up a form in the History Department's main office, Washburn 113.

The following faculty are happy to serve as advisors. You may make an appointment using e-mail or by phone.

Kingston Campus

Dr. Bridget Buxton babuxton@uri.edu 874-4085 (ancient history and underwater archaeology)

Dr. Rae Ferguson eferguson@uri.edu 874-4079 (African American history)

Dr. Erik Loomis eloomis@uri.edu 874-4078 (U.S. environmental history, Civil War, late 19th and early 20th century America, labor history, and the American West)

Dr. Rod Mather rodmather@uri.edu 874-4093 (maritime history and underwater archaeology)

Dr. Rosa Maria Pegueros pegueros@uri.edu 874-4092 (Latin American history)

Dr. Alan Verskin verskin@uri.edu 874-4086 (pre-modern Islamic history)

Providence Campus

Dr. Catherine DeCesare, Advisor and Course Coordinator for the Feinstein College of Continuing Education decesare.catherine@gmail.com 277-5240 (American women's history and Rhode Island history)

Undergraduate Student Resources

Contact Info

University College advisor
Dr. Michael Honhart

Department Chair
Dr. Timothy George

Asian Studies minor
Dr. Timothy George

Classical Studies minor
Dr. Daniel Carpenter

Medieval Studies minor
Dr. Joëlle Rollo-Koster

Underwater Archaeology minor
Dr. Rod Mather

Phi Alpha Theta, History Honors Society
Dr. Robert Widell