1-on-1 learning and original research projects customized around students' interests
Embarking on a mentorship in history provides a window into the past that provides fresh insight into the present. Students can tie history inquiry to existing passions, whether for dance, music, or visual arts, or curiosity about a particular era or region of the world. Historical study informs how present societies evolved by examining cultural, political, social, and economic influences across space and time, allowing students to envision how individuals, nations, and the global community might develop in the future.
Whether studying cultural, social, economic, diplomatic, or intellectual history, students can develop their skills in chronological thinking, reading comprehension, historical analysis, interpreting primary and secondary sources, conducting bibliographic research, and honing their academic writing.