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Graduate assistants prove valuable assets

 Special Collections began working collaboratively with the History Department's new public history program during Spring Semester 2008 by accepting the responsibility for a graduate assistant.  This was great news for Special Collections, as the assistant would be available for twice the number of hours than that of an intern, had a vested interest in public history, and would be funded through the History Department, rather than L&ET.  Heather Browne '09 was SC's first graduate assistant, and she quickly proved to be a valuable asset.  Read more.

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