History Newsletter covers emeritus professor, faculty, alumni, student activities
- July 9, 2012 11:15am
Check out the latest with those in and from the Department of History in the spring 2012 newsletter (PDF).
The lead story is on Professor Emeritus Mark Van Aken, who just turned 90.
There are stories on student awards, the accomplishments of students, faculty, alumni, and emeritus faculty, a message from Associate Professor and outgoing Chair Nancy Thompson, and a message in memoriam.
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