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The History Forum focuses on different themes each year and brings prominent scholars to campus to share their expertise with faculty, staff, students, alumni and visitors.
Dr. Bettye Collier-Thomas presented “The Nexus: Women, Religion, Race, and Civil Rights” as the 2011 Jolyon Pitt Girard Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence Lecture on Thursday, Sept. 29 in the historic Woodcrest Mansion.
It is more important than ever for current college students and recent graduates of all majors to know how market themselves effectively.
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