The history and chemistry double major completed two different theses, both related in some way to environmental science.
Her history senior thesis on the British policy regarding Basque child refugees during the Spanish Civil War studied the past to see how it can inform contemporary policy issues.
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.