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When Dr. Upchurch introduced his students to different primary sources for their senior seminar project, Meredith was immediately drawn to working with the trial records available through the Old Bailey Online. She focused on people condemned to transportation.

After completing her Ph.D., FSU History alumna Marina Ortiz began working as a Manuscript Clearance Advisor in FSU's Graduate School. Here, Dr. Ortiz shares her thoughts on transitioning from being a graduate student to working in Higher Education administration.

When Catherine Patillo decided to work on the history of Doak Campbell Stadium for her senior seminar paper, she quickly discovered that there was a lot of material available in FSU's Special Collection. In this interview, Patillo describes how she stayed on top of her primary sources and the writing of her research paper.

Follow Delaney, Grace and Carolena as they discuss their Undergraduate Research Opportunity project. The three worked with Ph.D. candidate Danielle Wirsansky on primary sources directly from the Imperial War Museum in London.

Last fall, Wesley Grayson chose the senior seminar with the title "Crimes of the Powerful and Civil Resistance." In this interview, he explains the challenges of working on a topic that relies heavily on non-English language sources.

Ana Luyanda has had a passion for museums and history since elementary school. This semester she is interning at two places in Tallahassee: the Museum of Florida History and the Riley House and Center Museum. Here she talks about her experiences.

What's it like to do undergraduate research? Follow Leilani and Maddox as they talk about their time working on projects related to the Rosenstrasse protests in Germany in 1943.

After three semesters as a social media intern, Brooke Thomson shares her experiences designing digital content and refining her storytelling skills.

John Hight researched how women's participation in car racing and driving in the interwar period (1918-1939) in Britain reflected changing gender roles and representations in society.

History major Kayla Reeves has been interning at the Thomasville History Center for the last two semesters. This allowed her to see how a physical archive works, as previously she had only used online archives. In this article, Reeves explains how working on the history of one town has provided her with a new historical perspective.