The following publications have been written by former graduate students:
Fever of War: The Influenza Epidemic in the U.S. Army During WW I. Published by New York University Press. Carol Byerly, Ph.D. 2001.
God- or Gorilla - Images of Evolution in the Jazz Age. Published by Johns Hopkins University Press. Constance Areson Clark, Ph.D. 2002.
Vicious: Men and Wolves in America. Published by Yale University Press. Jon Coleman, MA 1997.
Ski Style: Sport and Culture in the Rockies. Published by University Press of Kansas. Annie Gilbert Coleman, Ph.D. 1996.
The Quest for Just and Pure Law: Rocky Mountain Workers and American Socila Democracy, 1870-1924. Stanford University Press. John P. Enyeart.
The Far Reaches of Empire - War in Nova Scotia 1710-1760. Published by Oklahoma University Press. John Grenier, Ph.D. 1999.
The First Way of War: American War Making on the Frontier. Published by Cambridge University Press. John Grenier, Ph.D. 1999.
River of Enterprise: The Commerical Origins of the Ohio Valley, 1790-1850. Published by Indiana University Press. Kim Gruenwald, Ph.D. 1994.
Delivering Aid: Implementing Progressive Era Welfare in the American West. Published by University of New Mexico Press. Thomas A. Krainz, Ph.D. 2000.
The Gospel of Progressivism: Moral Reform and Labor War in Colorado, 1900-1930. Published by Timberline Books. R. Todd Laugen, Ph.D. 2005.
The following are links to pdfs other graduate student achievements including conference papers, journal publications and awards: