Contact

Sherri Cash, Ph.D.
Chair, History and International Studies
102 DePerno Hall

(315) 792-3147


Students will be able to demonstrate:


  • substantial knowledge of the historic literature.

  • the ability to formulate effective research questions.

  • the ability to acquire relevant materials and data.

  • the ability to reach sound conclusions based on an analysis of the data.

  • the ability to consider alternative interpretations.

  • the ability to foresee and address questions.

  • the appropriate use of research references and resources.

  • the ability to identify a thesis in another writer’s work.

  • the ability to formulate a thesis.


Updated 2011-12

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