Max Findley’s work for the aquatic geochemistry laboratory at the University of Michigan will take him to Toolik Field Station, a research base in the far north of Alaska, to collect and analyze samples.
A course introducing students to an array of progressive social movements that have reshaped the culture and politics of the United States over the past 60 years.
A history course that explores how early Americans shaped their environments, and, in turn, were shaped by their environments.
A history and anthropology course, taught by the librarian of the College, that provides a survey on the history of aging in the United States from the 17th through the 20th centuries.
The subject of Marla Dominguez’s history thesis— “From Migrants in a ‘Host Country’ to Transnational Permanence: Dominicans in New York City, 1965 – 2000”—wasn’t just an academic interest; it was inspired by her own family.