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Your Gifts Matter
Honoring Scholarship Donors Who Make a Difference
Each year, Humanities and Social Sciences awards dozens of scholarships that help our students Think and Do. The college recently honored those top scholars and the donors who make their awards possible at its annual scholarship luncheon.
Opening the door for underrepresented students to study abroad
The college is launching a pilot program aimed at encouraging students from underrepresented groups to study abroad. Through information sessions and Travel Scholar grants, the college hopes to show students how study abroad can augment their education and expose any misconceptions that may be holding them back.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences received the largest single gift in its history in 2014.Read More
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Alum Heather Reed Brings West Texas History to Life
At the Buffalo Gap Historic Village in Texas, public history alum Heather Reed does just about everything — raising money, managing the small staff, overseeing exhibit design, cataloging artifacts, marketing, posting to social media, serving as the site's spokesperson, writing and teaching school tours and more.
Using Arts and Culture to Rebuild a St. Louis Neighborhood
To Michelle Connell Stevens, St. Louis is a special place. It's where she is forging a career in "creative place making."
Alumna Balances Environment with Economic Development at TVA
Navigating the mires of federal bureaucracy and the mountains and valleys of the southeastern United States is all in a day's work for alumna Brenda Brickhouse, vice president of environment and energy policy at the TVA, or Tennessee Valley Authority.