Lisa Krissoff Boehm (Urban Studies) and Steven H. Corey (Urban Studies) spoke at a roundtable about their book, The American Urban Reader: History and Theory, at the Social Science History Association Annual Meeting in Boston on November 18. Boehm and Corey were invited by the SSHA’s program committee to organize the session.
Lizabeth Cohen, interim dean of the Schlesinger Library, and Jon Teaford, Department of History, Emeritus, Purdue University, and Corey Dolgon, director of Service Learning, Stonehill College, also spoke on the panel. Cohen, Teaford, and Dolgon have their work featured within the reader and offered comments and insights on the book project.
Communication Honor Society Inducts 25 Students as Charter Members
Twenty-five members of the Omega Psi chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the honor society for undergraduate students in communication, were inducted Sunday Dec. 4 in a ceremony in the Fuller . . .