News from Our Public History Program (31 August 2015)

Five of our Public History majors interned during the summer semester.  Meghann Waddle and Shelbi Long both were based at the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology under the supervision of PHP alumna Jeannie Regan-Dinius (BA, ‘93), the Director of Special Initiatives.  This is the fifth summer in a row … Read more

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News from Our Public History Program Spring and Summer 2014

Two of our Public History majors completed internships during the spring semester.  Andrew Luce interned at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri. The highlight involved his researching and helping fabricate the exhibition Spies, Lies and Paranoia: Americans in Fear, which interpreted Cold War-era spycraft and anti-Communist witch hunts. Andrew was even pictured … Read more

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Andrew Luce: Internship Experiences

Why do people go to college?  Generally, people attend college with the hope of landing a job afterwards that is better than they would have gotten without an education.  Something that manyrecent graduates are learning the hard way is that in today’s competitive job market, having a four year degree (or multiple degrees) may not be enough.  One … Read more

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