Wyatt studied abroad in Panama, where he used his leadership minor skills to adjust to living independently in a new country. He enjoyed the interactive classes, especially completing a project that allowed him to interact with locals. Wyatt learned how to take on new challenges and is now interested in learning a second language.
16 top historians predict how future generations will remember the politics of the year 2018. One of these historians is Professor William P. Jones of the history department, who believes 2018 was a pivotal year for the American worker.
David Perry, senior academic adviser to the Department of History, writes about the restraint-and-seclusion policies in schools that continue to traumatize and endanger children and teens. "It shouldn't take the death of a teenage boy to stop overuse of restraint in schools," he says.
Josephine Lee, professor of English and Asian American Studies, has been awarded a 2019 National Endowment for the Humanities for “Blackface and Yellowface: American Theater and Racial Performance,” a book-in-progress that looks at racial representation in nineteenth- and twentieth-century American theater.