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The Department of History and Geography offers an amazing array of classes focused on the diverse areas of our world. In my role as the Global Programs Intern at the World Affairs Council of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, I use knowledge I gained from the the department's courses to support my understanding of the current political atmosphere and how it affects our region. Through my class work as a history major and my experience with the Celebration of Undergraduate Research, where I studied Eastern and Western ideologies and cultures using evolutionary theories, I have a better understanding of the different culture groups that reside in Cincinnati, how to connect Cincinnati to the global community, and how to create classrooms that better prepare area students for an increasingly global region and world.
Incorporating aspects of both humanities and social sciences, the History (HIS) Program prepares students:
Students work closely with award-winning faculty to complete a curriculum tailored to individual interests and goals, with opportunities for independent research, study abroad programs, and internships.
Whether you are interested in studying United States or world history, religious or environmental history, ancient or modern history, we've got you covered!
Program Director, History
Dr. Robert Wilcox
445 Landrum Academic Center
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