Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

Hist A304: The United States from 1840 to 1865 (Spring 2010)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. James Haw

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Christine Erickson

Brief Biography

Eve Eiler is a returning presenter at the IPFW Annual History Conference. Her previous papers were “Cortez and Pizarro: The Engineering of Fame” in 2009 and “The Role of U.S. Eugenics in the Holocaust” in 2010. During her time at IPFW, Eve has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors: Outstanding History Senior Award 2011, the Philip A. Kennel Memorial Scholarship in 2010, and a summer research grant from the IPFW Office of Research and External Support for the project “Perceived Threats: Concentration and Internment Camps: 1933-1945.” Eve has published a book review in the Journal of Latin American Urban Studies vol. 9 (Fall 2010). Additionally Eve has served on the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Student Cabinet, is a member of Omicron Psi Honor Society, has worked as a teaching assistant since 2009, and has interned with the Lincoln Collection at the Allen County Public Library. She is a senior who will be graduating in May. Eve will be starting an MA program at Ball State University this fall.

Start Date

16-4-2011 11:00 AM

End Date

16-4-2011 12:00 PM

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Eve Eiler is a returning presenter at the IPFW Annual History Conference. Her previous papers were “Cortez and Pizarro: The Engineering of Fame” in 2009 and “The Role of U.S. Eugenics in the Holocaust” in 2010. During her time at IPFW, Eve has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors: Outstanding History Senior Award 2011, the Philip A. Kennel Memorial Scholarship in 2010, and a summer research grant from the IPFW Office of Research and External Support for the project “Perceived Threats: Concentration and Internment Camps: 1933-1945.” Eve has published a book review in the Journal of Latin American Urban Studies vol. 9 (Fall 2010). Additionally Eve has served on the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Student Cabinet, is a member of Omicron Psi Honor Society, has worked as a teaching assistant since 2009, and has interned with the Lincoln Collection at the Allen County Public Library. She is a senior who will be graduating in May. Eve will be starting an MA program at Ball State University this fall.