Derick Gomez, Raina Shipman, Jennifer Thelusema, and Ellie Portillo presented at the 16th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on March 18, 2015. Dr. Paul Ortiz supervised each student’s research.
Meet SPOHP’s University Scholars! Focusing on Chilean student activism, local Gainesville food movement, and more
Using oral histories and resources from SPOHP, USP students work with Dr. Paul Ortiz to develop their academic research interests.
February 27, 2015, A Tale of Three, Female Activists: Women in the Civil Rights Movement Panel at the Museum of Florida History
By Randi Gill-Sadler, African American History Project Graduate Coordinator On February 27, 2015, as Black History Month was coming to a close and the eve of International Women’s History Month… Read More
“Gator Tales” was presented by the UF School of Theatre and Dance with oral histories from the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s African American History Project, and ran February 13-22.
Allison Mitchell, who was a volunteer for the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program during the Fall 2014 Semester, is a second year dual major in History and African American Studies… Read More
Sandy Burnett, who has volunteered for the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program for over a year, was initially recruited by Veterans History Project Coordinator Ann Smith to assist SPOHP’s Digital Humanities… Read More