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The History Department aims to provide our graduate students with outstanding training not only in their research fields, but also as future teachers and leaders in an array of professions within and beyond institutions of higher learning. We place great value on excellent mentoring of students by individual faculty, from the beginning of the admissions process through to graduation and beyond.  Providing training for, and access to information about, future careers is an integral part of the mentoring process. Together with faculty mentoring, several other practices and services exist to help you find an appointment in the career of your choice.

Kidada Williams (PhD 2005) discusses her recent book at the History Department's 2015 Martin Luther King Day Symposium.

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