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Betsy Schlabach
Professor's book earns best of 2014 honors

Assistant Professor of History Betsy Schlabach’s first book, Along the Streets of Bronzeville: Black Chicago’s Literary Landscape, was named to the Chicago Book Review’s Best Books of 2014 in nonfiction.

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Anh Nguyen
Passion for History

History is the passion of Anh Nguyen '19, specifically the history of the emergence of modernity, women and human rights in Vietnam and China.

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Tyler Tolman
Aiming for a Career in Education

Tyler Tolman ’18 is a coach with College Possible in Philadelphia, a program that works to improve college access and success for low-income students.

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