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W.E.B. DuBois Honors Program

 

The Interdisciplinary Honors program offers an academically challenging course of study designed to encourage students to pursue outstanding and independent academic achievement, to expand the breadth and depth of their educational experience beyond the standard curriculum, and to prepare for lives of leadership and service to their communities. Students complete seminar classes, symposia, independent study courses, and capstone research classes that eventually lead to an honors diploma.


Courses Offered:  

  • ENG 140 and 141
     
  • HIS 131 and 132
     
  • HUM 101, 104, 204, 304, 404
     
  • GEO 206 and 320

 

Faculty

   
 

Cynthia Harris 
Director of Honors Program and Instructor of English: ENG 131 and 132

Office:
Phone:
(334) 229-4559
Email:  cashley@alasu.edu

Education: 

 

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Michael Markus
Assistant Professor of History
and
Co-convener of History : HIS 131

Office: 316 Abernathy Hall
Phone: (334) 229-4768
Email: mmarkus@alasu.edu

Education: PhD, Washington University, St Louis, 2008
Specialization: Early modern British history, modern British history, modern European history, and the British Empire

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William Taylor
Assistant Professor of History

Office: 305 Abernathy Hall
Phone: (334) 229-8536
Email: wtaylor@alasu.edu

Education: PhD, Mississippi State University, 2009
Specialization: American history, modern British history, social/intellectual, and religion

   
 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
 

 

   
   

 
 

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