With the support of generous alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends, the Division of Social Sciences can continue the education, research and service that benefit our world. Here are real stories that share how gifts make a difference.
Gifts from individuals, corporations and foundations have helped build a virtual, public collection of endangered books through the Plains Indian Ledger Art (PILA) Project.
Katrina Gooding Peterson is one example of how graduate students are vital to the success of the Division's research, education and service enterprise.
The inaugural holder of the Norma Kershaw Chair in the Archaeology of Ancient Israel and Neighboring Lands, Professor Thomas Levy is helping to preserve world cultural heritage.
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