School of Social Science

    The School of Social Science offers fascinating fields exploring many sides of the human experience in a changing environment—from psychology and anthropology to history and communication arts.

    Our commitment to offering exceptional learning opportunities extends beyond the classroom. You’ll have many chances for hands-on learning and research. Meet students from all over the world at the National Model UN Conference. Discover centuries-old Native American artifacts during our summer Archeological Field School. Complete an internship at a social service agency or criminal justice organization in the region. Present a paper at our Women and Gender Studies Symposium.

    You can also join active student organizations in each major, with educational, fun and career-focused activities ranging from WIRE TV, the college’s student-run television station, to the Political Science Club, which organizes an Undergraduate Political Science Conference each year. 

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    Joel Whitmore '15

    A second major in International Development Studies and a semester in Tanzania helped Joel Whitmore discover his passion for organic farming.

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    School of Social Science

    The School of Social Science offers fascinating fields exploring many sides of the human experience in a changing environment—from psychology and anthropology to history and communication arts.

    Our commitment to offering exceptional learning opportunities extends beyond the classroom. You’ll have many chances for hands-on learning and research. Meet students from all over the world at the National Model UN Conference. Discover centuries-old Native American artifacts during our summer Archeological Field School. Complete an internship at a social service agency or criminal justice organization in the region. Present a paper at our Women and Gender Studies Symposium.

    You can also join active student organizations in each major, with educational, fun and career-focused activities ranging from WIRE TV, the college’s student-run television station, to the Political Science Club, which organizes an Undergraduate Political Science Conference each year. 

     

    Spotlight On

    Joel Whitmore '15

    A second major in International Development Studies and a semester in Tanzania helped Joel Whitmore discover his passion for organic farming.

    Read More »

    School of Social Science

    The School of Social Science offers fascinating fields exploring many sides of the human experience in a changing environment—from psychology and anthropology to history and communication arts.

    Our commitment to offering exceptional learning opportunities extends beyond the classroom. You’ll have many chances for hands-on learning and research. Meet students from all over the world at the National Model UN Conference. Discover centuries-old Native American artifacts during our summer Archeological Field School. Complete an internship at a social service agency or criminal justice organization in the region. Present a paper at our Women and Gender Studies Symposium.

    You can also join active student organizations in each major, with educational, fun and career-focused activities ranging from WIRE TV, the college’s student-run television station, to the Political Science Club, which organizes an Undergraduate Political Science Conference each year. 

    Spotlight On

    Joel Whitmore '15

    A second major in International Development Studies and a semester in Tanzania helped Joel Whitmore discover his passion for organic farming.

    Read More »

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