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American Program Director
Dr. Scott Campbell
Office: GAC - 499
Phone: 585-389-2719
scampbe8@naz.edu

Hungarian Program Director
Dr. Szilárd Szentgyörgyi
Office: Egyetem utca 10
Phone: (36) 88/624-378
szentsz@almos.uni-pannon.hu

Matt Syfrett

Matt Syfrett

"I would not trade my time at Nazareth College for anything in the world.  Not only did the MA program in American Studies prepare me for a rigorous academic PhD program at The University at Buffalo, it also helped foster in me a passion for the study of culture, literature, and history.  The eclectic range of interests that I was able to pursue at Naz speaks to the cross-disciplinary approach that the instructors take in their courses.  Undoubtedly, this was one of the most valuable skills that I was able to take away from my experience at Nazareth, the ability to not only think critically but also approach my academic (and life) pursuits from every aspect and angle Imaginable.  This would not have been possible if it had not been for the personal stake that my professors took in my educational success. "

 

Jenna

 

Jenna Skiba

"The MA in American Studies Program truly has changed my life for the better in more ways than I can explain. It has given me so many wonderful memories and friends, and I am so grateful for that. As a teacher, it was an amazing experience to be able to learn from both American professors at Nazareth College and Hungarian professors at the University of Pannonia. The people there were so welcoming and accommodating, and with Hungary being centrally located, traveling to other European countries was easy. I also visited England, Poland, France, and Greece. These memories will last a lifetime."

 

 

 

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