Chelsea Hodge brings a great deal of first-hand honors experience to the Honors College
recruitment team. Originally from Berryville, Ark., she was an Honors College Fellow and earned her B.M. in Music Performance (flute), summa cum laude in 2012. As an undergraduate, Chelsea studied abroad in Italy with support from an Honors College study abroad grant. Her honors research was an interdisciplinary project on music in southern evangelical
revivals, an endeavor that lead her to pursue a Master of Arts in History, which she
completed in 2014. She is now pursuing a doctoral degree in history. Her current research
examines the role of protest music in the post-New Deal labor movement. In her spare
time, Chelsea loves to cook, travel and read classic mystery novels by authors such
as Agatha Christie and Rex Stout.
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