Associate Professor of History and Executive Director of INTO Drew University
Areas of expertise: American revolution, child labor, history of childhood, international student experience in the U.S., pathway programs, U.S. labor history
Sharon Sundue is a history professor whose scholarship focuses on the history of education, child labor and human trafficking. She authored Industrious in Their Stations: Young People at Work in Early America 1720-1810. Sharon is the executive director of Drew’s international student program, which more than doubled its number of international undergraduate students in four years. It’s now one of the top 20 liberal arts colleges for international enrollment. She received her PhD in history from Harvard University.