This year, Division students took top honors at several undergraduate symposium on campus and in other areas.  Alex Goodwin, a Junior POSC major won best poster at the iRise Up symposium and at the Annual Symposium of the College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology.   Kiara Ballard (POSC) and Alex Goodwin (POSC) attended summer research …

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Dr. Karl Baughman, Assistant Professor of History Received his Ph.D. in History in 2011 from Western Michigan University Has taught for more than 11 years Is joining us from Stephen F. Austin University Has published extensively (book chapters, journal articles) A recipient of many research and teaching awards Dr. Marco Robinson, Assistant Professor of History …

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In honor of Dr. George Ruble Woolfolk’s pioneering legacy in historical research and his advocacy for the social sciences, the Division hosts a series of lectures throughout the academic year that highlight important scholarship by faculty, staff, and students.  The main goals of the Lecture Series are to promote scholarly and professional inquiry in the …

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Constitution Day

September 17, 2015

On September 17, 1787, the Founding Fathers of the United States signed the U.S. Constitution.  This document set up the structure of our government and enshrined the rights and freedoms that all citizens can enjoy.  In 2004, the late Senator Robert Byrd passed legislation designating that all educational institutions that receive federal funding should provide …

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