The ITPS strives to provide and empower Iona students with a variety of pre-professional, scholarly, and hands-on learning experiences. Inspired by the work of Thomas Paine and in support of the Iona College mission of intellectual inquiry, community engagement, and an appreciation for diversity, the ITPS offers students opportunities in the fields of digital humanities, public history, and archival studies. These opportunities take the form of internships, particularly those that focus on digital and museum studies as well as data science; curriculum like the forthcoming Public History and Digital Humanities minor as well as the “Revolutions” ICT; and research collaborations across disciplinary and professional lines.
See the drop down menu for more information about ITPS student internship opportunities, curriculum, and undergraduate scholarship and research opportunities.
Upcoming Conference Involvement
The ITPS has multiple events each year, and welcomes student involvement. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating in the conceptualizing, development, and operation of humanities events.