The Department of History strongly encourages majors to link their academic, career, and extracurricular interests by offering multiple avenues for the integration of students’ social and intellectual lives.
HIST 33005/Exploring History Beyond the Classroom offers history majors (and others, by permission) a unique opportunity to engage more actively in the intellectual life of the university by participating in the scholarly discussions that happen on campus. To learn more about this course, see our Courses page. For a story on one major's experience in the course, see Making Connections Beyond the Classroom.
The undergraduate History Club, a registered student organization on campus, plans student-faculty dinners, movie screenings, and field trips each year. Contact Dr. James Lundberg at email@example.com to learn more about this group and its officers for the current academic year.
History Internships encourage students to work in museums, archives, and other public history organizations.