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Friends of History Fund

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This essential fund provides broad support for critical needs in History. The Department uses it to support the History Writing Center and Undergraduate Advising Office, to fund faculty research, and to recognize student achievements.

Stephanie M.H. Camp Lecture Fund for the History of Race and Gender

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This fund will help support the Department of History to offer an annual lecture on the history of race & gender in honor of Stephanie M. H. Camp's innovative and important contributions to this field of scholarship.

Rondeau Laverne Evans Endowment in History

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This endowment supports our Graduate Program. Created to honor Ms. Rondeau Laverne Evans, who received a master's degree from the Department in 1934, it funds graduate students working to finish their dissertations. Graduate students play a vital role in the Department by producing cutting-edge scholarship, teaching undergraduate courses, and assisting with faculty research.

Robert A. Nathane, Sr. Endowed Fund in History

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Like Friends of History but an endowment that grows over time, the Nathane Fund supports a wide range of critical departmental activities including faculty research and course development. Robert A. Nathane, Sr.'s son and daughter-in-law created this fund to honor his contributions to the University of Washington. As the UW Board of Regents Treasurer, Mr. Nathane, Sr. persuaded the Regents to divest the UW of any investments in companies operating in apartheid South Africa that did not guarantee equal treatment of employees regardless of their race.

The Military History Fund

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This fund supports faculty and visiting scholars working in the area of military history or war and society, in any historical period and part of the world. Recently, it has supported public lectures by distinguished scholars on topics ranging from whether the British could have won the war for American Independence to guerilla warfare strategies during the U.S. Civil War.

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