Are you a humanities student who is passionate and excited about what you learn? Do you want to go the extra mile, and take your education into your own hands, but you aren’t sure what research is good for, or what you can do with it after your undergraduate career?
Humanities students make excellent researchers: with strong writing skills, a knack for critical thinking, and a desire to make the world better, students with backgrounds in the humanities thrive in research.
Here at Miami, we want to make sure that all of our students know what resources we have on campus that are available to them, and what the future can look like for a humanities student who wants to take their passion with them after they graduate.
Graduate school is a great opportunity for bright humanities students to make a huge and meaningful difference in the world—but some students in the humanities have a difficult time imagining just what going to graduate school would look like for them.
This event will feature a panel of graduate students who are currently pursuing masters in the humanities here at Miami University. Undergraduate students will have the opportunity to ask questions, and to hear about why these graduate students decided to take their love of the humanities to the next level.
This event will also highlight research opportunities for undergraduate programs, specifically ones offered through the Office of Research for Undergraduates and the Humanities Center.
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