History… the story of humankind
Attorney Ral Nwankwo Obioha ‘08 finds rewards in family immigration law
After majoring in history and psychology at EMU, Attorney Ral Nwankwo Obioha ‘08 earned a JD from Howard University School of Law. She now practices family immigration law.
Katrina Alger ‘08 wrestles with the human component of wildlife conservation
Alger double majored in history and applied sociology and minored in biology and now works as an ecologist and decision analyst-in-training for the United States Geological Survey.
Robert Cook '17 was prepared for teaching and graduate school.
Robert Cook is a 2017 graduate of Eastern Mennonite University with a degree in history and social science. After earning a degree in government at Johns Hopkins University, he teaches high school and dual enrollment government and world history at Powhatan High School.
As an EMU history student, you will be prepared to serve as an active agent of change through a better understanding of the world and your role within it. Close relationships with faculty empower you to think critically about the past and view the future through a compassionate peace and justice lens. You will be equipped to research, synthesize, analyze, and communicate - versatile and important skills for careers in any industry.