Students enrolled in HARP 175 "Artifacts of Human Migration" visited the Binghamton University Art Museum on September 20, 2018. Taught by Professor Nancy Um of the department of art history, this course cultivates humanities research skills among first-year students. The class is designed to foster the active processes of scholarly discovery in Binghamton students from the outset of their academic careers. In this section, Dr. Diane Butler, the director of the museum, used prints from the permanent collection by northern Renaissance artist, Albrecht Dürer, to instruct students about print processes in early modern Europe. The students featured in the image include Nicholas Bober, Joel Darkwah, Tyler Maegerle, Theresa Hamm, Larissa Jiang, Haley Faber, and Jenna Nimmer. Photograph by Yakup Deniz Kahraman.