This is the first interview for Wright State University. This alumnus graduated in 2014 and currently works as an Archivist. Thank you for answering these questions!
Why did you choose Wright State University?
It was close to home and affordable for me.
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This is the review for Wright State University’s graduate program in History with a concentration in Public History. For starters, here are some facts about the program and university:
- The concentration is designed by those interested in working in archives and/or museums. Students can focus on either archives or museums studies or are able to take a little of both, according to the Director, Dr. Drew Swanson.
- The History program offers graduate tuition scholarships for incoming graduate students and graduate assistantships for second-year graduate students.
- Students are required to complete a capstone project in order to graduate
- History professors teach the required classes while adjuncts who work in their field (archives or museums) teach the specialized courses
- Alumni currently have positions all over the U.S. from the National Archives in Maryland to the Jamestown Sklallam Tribe in Washington
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