Finding the right college can be overwhelming. You can major in political science or history at almost any school. But which school will give you the best education and the best chance of success after you graduate?
Ashland University is nationally recognized as one of the top schools for political science and history. Furthermore, by coming to Ashland, you have the opportunity to be an Ashbrook Scholar.
So what is it like to be an Ashbrook Scholar? Why not sample one of our classes by attending a webinar? Our webinars are conducted on the second Sunday of every month at 8:00pm ET. Each webinar is led by an Ashbrook professor who will lead a conversation on an important historical document or speech. The webinars are conducted using videoconferencing software that allows each attendee to participate in a real-time conversation with other interested students from across the country.
A schedule of webinars for 2018-19 follows. Register today!
September 9 – Topic: The Declaration of Independence with Chris Burkett and Jeff Sikkenga
October 14 – Topic: Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom with Jeff Sikkenga
November 11 – Topic: Federalist No. 51 with Chris Burkett
December 9 – Topic: Marbury v. Madison with Jeff Sikkenga
January 13 – Topic: Gettysburg Address with Chris Burkett
February 10 – Topic: Douglass’s Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln with Jeff Sikkenga
March 10 – Topic: Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address with Jason Stevens
April 14 – Topic: Brown v. Board of Education with Jason Stevens
May 12 – Topic: King’s “I Have a Dream” Speech with Chris Burkett and Jason Stevens