The following criteria are required to participate in the Political Science Honors Thesis Program: PS191H is a prerequisite for the honors program, and will be offered each spring quarter.
In 191H students will define their research topic, select a suitable research method, determine appropriate sources of information, prepare a research proposal, find a thesis advisor, begin their research, and submit progress reports or preliminary drafts.
She is part of the Latinx Pre-Law Association on campus and is a barista at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
She is particularly interested in the counternarratives of history, especially those that express racial, social, and economic inequalities.
The Board will strive to bring about diversity in interest, experience and skills of students, and enhance the academic undergraduate experience as a whole by incorporating feedback from current undergraduate students and alumni, while fostering a sense of community within the History Department; through: mentorship, advocacy, events, and initiatives.
Membership and Selection Criteria Members must:1) Maria Alvarado María Alvarado is a second-year transfer from Napa, majoring in History and minoring in Spanish.One of the final requirements for PS191H will be the submission of a contract with a faculty advisor, thesis topic and preliminary plan of action.Formal applications for the Honors Program will be due on the Friday of Week 10 of the junior-year spring quarter.”Outstanding undergraduate students may apply in the spring of their Junior Year to participate in the Departmental Honors Program.The centerpiece of the program is the production of a Senior Honors Thesis.Welcome to the History Department’s Undergraduate Advisory Board (HUAB) webpage page.As part of our commitment to the intellectual, cross-cultural, and academic growth of our undergraduate students, our goal is to enhance the undergraduate experience through collaboration with administration, faculty, and staff to engender and implement activities and initiatives that have a positive impact on the learning environment, while also increasing the visibility, participation and, inclusion of the undergraduate student body in History.Beginning Fall 2017, the History Writing Center will be located in A61 Kaplan Hall (formerly called the Humanities Building).Hours are Monday through Thursday from 10AM to 6PM and Friday from 10AM to 3PM.After graduating, she plans to pursue a Juris Doctorate and focus on criminal justice and immigration.She aspires to provide legal aid and representation for the underserved. 2) Lauren Campbell My name is Lauren Campbell and I am a second year double majoring in history and psychology.