A degree in history
An education in history prepares you to conduct research, evaluate information, think critically and communicate clearly and persuasively. Historians develop versatile skills that are transferable to careers in education, museums, public service, nonprofits, tourism, publishing and business and administration. A history degree also provides a strong foundation for graduate work in the social sciences and humanities and for professional programs in law and medicine.
Amber Mitchell, making history public and accessible to all
Amber N. Mitchell (BA, 2013) is the assistant director of public engagement at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA, where she leads the public programs and community engagement team in their efforts to create innovative educational programs for a variety of audiences, as well as purposeful community relationship building within the Greater New Orleans area.
Incoming history professor Robyn C. Spencer-Antoine looks ahead with eagerness and excitement to joining the WSU faculty