Welcome to episode 38 of The More You Nole, a podcast about Florida State University. Thanks for listening! If you haven't subscribed to the show yet, you can find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscription links are available on our website, admissions.fsu.edu/podcast. This week's guests join us from the History department. Joining us today are Dr. Pam Robbins and Professor Ben Dodds, as well as three current History students: Jace Cookson and Emma Davis are both current undergraduate History students, and Dena Sutphin is a current Ph.D student. We'll discover why they decided to attend Florida State and what sparked their individual passions for history, learn all about the History department's offerings including research and internship opportunities, hear some tips on how to prepare to be a history major, and we'll offer some general advice for prospective and incoming students. Thanks again to Dr. Robbins and Professor Dodds, as well as Jace, Emma, and Dena for their time. If you'd like to learn more about the History department check out history.fsu.edu and follow @History_FSU on Twitter and @FSUHistory on Instagram. If you've been enjoying the show, we'd really appreciate you leaving us a rating, review, or recommendation on Apple Podcasts or in whichever podcast app you use. Word of mouth is also greatly appreciated, so please share the show with any of your friends or family members who may enjoy it. We'll be recording future episodes with Orientation and FSU's ROTC programs soon. If you have any questions about our upcoming topics, or feedback on the show, please send them to us on social media. We're @FSUadmissions on Twitter and Facebook and @fsu.admissions on Instagram. You can also email questions or feedback to email@example.com, including the word Podcast in the subject line.
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