U.S. History: 20th century, policy history, foreign affairs, immigration
Justin Broubalow is a Ph.D. student in history. He entered the program in 2016 and is a recipient of George Mason University's Presidential Scholarship.
His field of study is twentieth-century U.S. policy history with specializatons in immigration, statecraft, and foreign affairs.
A former secondary school teacher, Broubalow is a graduate research assistant in the Educational Projects Division at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. He works on projects that help train teachers to employ historical thinking in their classrooms, among others.
Broubalow's dissertation is a study of early twentieth-century American immigration policymaking within the bureaucratic state and its impact on the United States' international relations.
George Mason Universiity Presidential Scholarship (2016-Present)
Presidential Scholar Summer Research Fellowship (2017)
M.A. History - George Mason University (2016)
M.A.T. Secondary Education - The College of New Jersey (2010)
B.A. History - American University (2009)