History’s Peter Shulman shares advice for students selecting a major

Make sure major aligns with mission, values, passion

Cleveland Jewish NewsPeter Shulman, associate provost for curriculum, the Elizabeth and Raymond Armington Professor and associate professor of history at the College of Arts and Sciences, provided insights for students selecting a major. “…the most important thing to remember is that a major is just one part of a college education, which is itself just one step in a lifetime of learning and career growth. Life’s short. Find something you enjoy studying,” he said.