Truman students learn how to combine knowledge from multiple areas and seek ways to connect their studies to the world. Here’s a sampling of some of our history student projects.
- El Chapo: Judgment Day (Fall 2019), a dramatic (short film) retelling of the demise of the infamous El Chapo
- McDonald Territory: Seeking Recognition in Twentieth Century Missouri (Spring 2017)
- Public and Digital History (Spring 2016)
- Digitizing the journal Abya Yala News as part of Indigenous Peoples in Latin America (Spring 2016)
- Harry Laughlin and Eugenics
For this class project, students collected and researched some of the major topics of eugenics as told through the archives of the Harry H. Laughlin Collection in Truman State University’s Special Collections.
- No Man’s Land: Digitizing Local Letters from the Great War (Spring 2014)
- Student projects from Dr Marc Becker’s classes on his website
- Senior Seminar Projects