From philosophy to music to archaeology to Africana studies, seniors involved in the Humanities Scholars Program (HSP) and honors students across the College of Arts & Sciences shared their projects with an audience of faculty, students and staff May 6 at the A.D. White House.
Twenty of the 36 students who presented are part of HSP, launched in 2020 in the College of Arts & Sciences and open to students throughout the university who have a humanities major or minor. The program supports independent, interdisciplinary undergraduate research in the humanities and offers a supportive community, a series of curated courses, structured mentorship, special programming and research opportunities and funding. This is the first group of students to graduate who have taken part in the program.
Read the full story about their work on the Arts & Sciences website.