At the end of the Fall 2018 semester, students from sections 0 and 03 of Writing and Research in History showcased the posters they created for the class. The course was designed to help students learn to evaluate primary and secondary materials and use those sources to develop and answer research questions. Students in the class were required to complete a historical research paper on a topic of their choice. In addition, they created posters depicting the major points of their research project. Students then presented these posters during two conference-like sessions, attended by faculty and staff from the Department of History and others.
Check out highlights from the sessions below, and thanks to Dr. Kelli Nelson for leading such a successful class!