Introduction

The Department of History, Politics, and Social Change at the University of Evansville offers a rigorous, challenging education in a range of highly-meaningful fields of study. The high classroom standards are balanced with one-on-one support and mentoring from faculty. Students gain valuable hands-on experiences, work with a faculty advisor to explore a variety of career options, complete an original research project on a subject they choose, and study abroad. In these programs, students will use the past to understand the present and chart courses for the future. Upon graduation, students will be equipped with the skills for a life of personal and professional success in a wide range of fields with 21st century relevance.

History, Politics, and Social Change Programs

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James MacLeod

Dr. James MacLeod

Department Chair/History

Olmsted Hall, Room 346
812-488-2599
jm224@evansville.edu

Michelle Lehman

Mrs. Michelle Lehman

Administrative Assistant, Department of English and Creative Writing and Department of History, Politics, and Social Change

Olmsted Hall, Room OH 322
812-488-2963
ml281@evansville.edu