Humanities Endowment Grants Go To Adjunct Instructor

Sharon Beynon, adjunct faculty instructor in English and Developmental Communications, has been selected to participate in two of the National Endowment for the Humanities’ Landmarks of American History and Culture workshops this summer. The workshops are:

Untarnishing the Gilded Age: American Politics and Culture, 1870-1901
May 15-19 and May 22-26, 2006
Locations: Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, James A. Garfield
National Historical Site (Lawnfield), and Millionaires’ Row (Cleveland)
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Spiegel Grove
Fremont, OH 43420

Working the Woods: Economies and Cultures of the Blue Ridge Mountains, 1650-1950
May 28-June 2 and June 18-23, 2006
Locations: Kituah Cherokee heritage site, The Vance Birthplace Pioneer
Homestead, the Blue Ridge Paper Company’s Canton Mill Museum, and the Cradle
of Forestry in America
Mars Hill College
Mars Hill, NC

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