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Two Years, 35 Students, $125,000 in Funding: History Seminar prepares Undergraduates to Do Research Around the World

Author: Carrie Gates

In the past two years, 35 history majors in Paul Ocobock’s honors seminar have received more than $125,000 in funding to do original research around the world. And every student in his course who applied for funding received it — using the grants to explore archives in France, Ireland, Uganda, China, and South Korea, among other places. But to Ocobock, there is something even more important than his students’ 100 percent success rate in securing funding — the sense of community they develop as they plan their projects together, travel the globe to conduct research, then return to his classroom to begin work on their senior theses.

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Giving a Voice to Silenced LGBT Ugandans

Author: Grant Johnson

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Adam Moeller (Class of 2018, history and economics) had an interest in colonialism since high school. In college he wanted to learn more about geographic areas different from the United States, which was always the focus of his history classes in high school. As a resident of Sorin Hall, Adam became familiar with his dorm’s relationship with a Center for Social Concerns

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