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Humanities Scholars Program

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The Humanities Scholars Program, housed by the Society for the Humanities at the historic A.D. White House, will offer participants:

  • research opportunities and an engaged intellectual community for undergraduates with humanities majors or minors
  • regular coffee hours, lunches, and informal gatherings with faculty and graduate students
  • graduate student mentoring for research projects in addition to regular faculty support
  • workshops on oral presentation skills, careers in humanities, and other professional training
  • participation in the Humanities Scholars conference held each May at the A. D. White House
  • a selection of courses to guide interdisciplinary study, including an introductory course with a rotating theme offered every Fall, SHUM 2750 Introduction to Humanities, a research methods course offered every Spring, SHUM 3750 Research Methods Seminar, and a curated list of seminars in other disciplines that will help hone research and public speaking skills.

And much more to support your development as a Humanities Scholar!

Interested? Fill out this form to receive information about how to apply.