Putting your History Degree to work
As a disciplined and rigorous study of the past, history teaches students skills that involve research, analysis, and writing and that span several subject areas. We build these skills in our students inside and outside the classroom with experiential opportunities and engaged learning—many of which are enhanced by additional funding through the Wyatt Endowment. Since history prepares our graduates to enter a range of career fields, we believe strongly in mentoring our students throughout the degree seeking process. Each history major or minor receives one-on-one advising so they can put their degree to work.
Nagata Shachu: Japanese Taiko and Music Group Concert
The University of Michigan-Flint and Wyatt Eploration Program proudle present Nagata Shachu: Japanese Taiko and Music Group
Friday, April 12, 2019 | 7:00pm - 9:00pm | UM-Flint Theater
Free and open to the public
For more information, please call (810) 762-3366
History major Reid MacWilliams used information from his capstone class to create the article 'A History of Skiing in Michigan' which has now been published in several news outlets.