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HISTORY STUDENT WINS 2016 GAUDINO AWARD AT CWU SOURCE CONFERENCE

CWU History student Patience Collier was co-recipient of the James and Katie Gaudino Award at the Source banquet on May 18th. The award recognizes outstanding achievement in research and scholarship. Dr. Brian Carroll of the History Department was Patience's advisor for the project through the McNair Scholars program. Portions of the research have also been presented at the 18th Annual Women's History Conference at Sarah Lawrence College and at the Northwest Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference. The presentation was, "Fish Heads and Fishing Strikes: Cultural and Economic Agency of Native Women in Northwest Salmon Canneries." Patience is graduating this Spring and will attend graduate school at the University of Oregon in the Fall.

For photos and more details see:  https://www.facebook.com/CWUHistoryDepartment/photos/pcb.1186951378011768/1186950564678516/?type=3&theater

 

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