February 6, 2020

Accelerated B.A./M.A. History student Andrew Kishuni is working on an honors in the major thesis on flu pandemics. His guest column in the Orlando Sentinel, “Coronavirus an example of societal impact on epidemics,” discusses the current Wuhan coronavirus outbreak in the long history of pandemics and utilizes the research his has done on his thesis on the 1918 Influenza pandemic in the U.S. South.

who is my HIM thesis student and a student in my Environmental History class, is a guest opinion columnist in this morning’s edition of the Orlando Sentinel.  He places the current Wuhan coronavirus outbreak in the long history of pandemics and utilizes the research his has done on his thesis on the 1918 Influenza pandemic in the U.S. South.

Read Kishuni’s column on Orlando SentinelCoronavirus an example of societal impact on epidemics

The History B.A. and M.A. Accelerated Undergraduate-Graduate Program allows highly qualified undergraduate majors in history to begin taking graduate-level courses, counting towards their master’s degree while completing their bachelor’s degree program. Participation will enable completion of a B.A. and M.A. in five instead of six years for students enrolled in full-time course work. Learn more about the program here.