Professor Erin McGlothlin and Professor Anika Walke (from the Department of History) have been awarded a 2-year, $8,000 grant from the Holocaust Educational Foundation to help defray the cost of student travel associated with their Freshman Focus program The History, Memory, and Representation of the Holocaust. The program is a year-long, 7-unit freshman seminar that will take place in the academic year 2015-2016 and will culminate in a study trip to Holocaust-related sites in Poland, Lithuania, and Germany.
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