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Learning Opportunities

Innovative teaching. Active mentoring. Involved faculty. These are trademarks of the history and political science program. Beyond that, however, you will find a wealth of learning opportunities such as the Centre for Non-Western Studies and the Conference on Faith and History. Students also benefit from a program-specific library, as well as a vibrant student organization and strong social media community

Centre for Non-Western Studies

Formed in 2009, the Centre for Non-Western Studies aims to increase student knowledge and understanding of the world outside of the United States. The Centre combines, but is not limited to, the fields of Bible and Religion, Business, English, History and Political Science, Ministry and Missions, TESOL, Social Work and Sociology.
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Conference on Faith and History

The Conference on Faith & History is a community of scholars exploring the relationship between Christian faith and history. This biennial event is regularly attended by history & political science students and faculty. Not only do students attend this event, but many present papers for the event. In that same vein, faculty don't simply attend this event, they chair panels and participate as commentators. 
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History Laboratory 

The history & political science program consistently showcases its dedication to its students. One of the more recent examples of this is the addition of the History Laboratory. Located next to the history and political science faculty offices, this space is part meeting space, part study lounge, part library. With a trove of donated history literature at their disposal, students are able to gain a sense of confidence and comfort with the research.
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Eunomia (the Greek word for “good order” or “governance according to good laws”) is Huntington University’s student pre-law organization. The group consists of students interested in the legal profession, law enforcement and criminal justice as well as students interested in public affairs, contemporary politics, human rights, conflict resolution, ethics and public policy.
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