Work spaces provided to graduate students in the History Department create a sense of community. The Department also houses the Underhill Reading Room, computer room and digital labs for student use.

Work spaces provided to graduate students in the History Department create a sense of community. The Department also houses the Underhill Reading Room, computer room and digital labs for student use.

The Department of History offers a dynamic learning space for graduate students, and our programs are designed to facilitate the development of methodological and critical skills required to pursue history at a high academic level.

Our graduate students are active, engaged, and provide an energizing presence in the Department. From organizing the annual Underhill Graduate Student Colloquium to hosting social events sponsored by the History Graduate Students’ Association, our students are involved in every facet of academic life.

The Department of History strives to provide all of our students with funding opportunities, personalized faculty supervision, and the resources needed to complete their innovative research projects, also showcased on the DH@CWorks site. Read more in our brochure with details about the program.

If you are interested in applying to our graduate program and would like to speak with one of our current students, please contact the department’s graduate chair.