Through the natural history minor, students gain scientific knowledge that can be applied to a variety of professions. They also develop inquiry skills including:
- Problem formulation.
- Data collection.
- Critical analysis.
- Applying field skills and theory to assess real-world problems.
A minor in natural history provides students with a concentration of knowledge and skills through experiential, field-based coursework, internship opportunities and a capstone experience.
Please contact Sarah Mabey, Ph.D. (program coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330.569.5847 if you have any questions about the natural history minor.
Natural History Minor Advisory Committee
- Jugdep S. Chima, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Political Science
- Lisa Bixenstine Safford, Ph.D., Professor of Art History, Chair of Art Department
- Merose Hwang, Ph.D., Acting Coordinator of Asian Studies Minor, Assistant Professor of History
- Kerry Martin Skora, Ph.D. Professor and Chair of Religious Studies, Director of Hiram-Bhutan Exchange Program