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Undergraduate Resources

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Academic Advisement in History

The Department of History offers professional and peer academic advising services for both current and future History Majors, Joint Honours students, and Minors.

The Peer Advising Team in History (PATH) comprises upper-year History students who can answer questions about what it’s like to be a History Major, Joint Honours, or Minor, discuss which courses you should take for your degree plan, and how to do well in your History courses. Book an appointment with PATH here.

Alex Geris is the Undergraduate Program Assistant who provides year-round academic advising to make sure you’re on track to graduate! Questions like: which courses should I take? Will I graduate on time? Am I eligible to be a History Major? Book an advising appointment with Alex, or email at

As the Program Manager, Jenn Lucas oversees projects and initiatives with the explicit goal of improving the student experience for History students. As part of her experiential learning portfolio, Jenn coordinates internships and study abroad opportunities. To learn more about these opportunities, please visit the Experiential Learning page.

As the Undergraduate Chair, Dr. Rosanne Currarino is the faculty member who oversees the program and offers support to current and future students. You can contact her by email:

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Department of History, Queen's University

49 Bader Lane, Watson Hall 212
Kingston ON K7L 3N6




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