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Fall 2010

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Fall 2010 Honors & Accomplishments

Special Recognition

Special Recognition or Experience

Marisa K. Crowley (M Ed Counseling-Student Affairs 2010) was accepted to a second graduate program at the University of Oxford, UK, beginning this fall. She will be there for two years for an MPhil degree. "I worked for months with my advisor, Susan Longerbeam, and my director, Harvey Charles, on essays and recommendation letters, so I feel quite indebted for the contacts I made here at NAU during my graduate program as I go on to this exciting opportunity."

Sierra Dye (MA History 2010) has been admitted into the PhD Program in History at Guelph University, Ontario, Canada, with five years funding.  She will study women in early modern Scotland, especially the theme of language, voice, and witchcraft.

Daniel Karalus (PhD History). 2010 Elizabeth M. and P.T. Reilly Internship, Northern Arizona University, Cline Library Special Collections and Archives. Created and designed the “Days of Archives: A Real-Life Soap Opera” online and physical exhibit highlighting the importance of archives through documents, photographs, and stories found in the Cline Library Special Collections and Archives.

Kathleen Kirk (MM Musicology) did thesis fieldwork in Ghana, West Africa July 3 through August 4, 2010. Researchers participated in master drummer/dancer Maputo Mensah’s West African Drumming/Dancing Workshop, seeking to illuminate the West African values American participants learn through the process of dance and drumming.