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Posted: Tuesday Mar 27, 2012

March 20, 2012

Six Saint Vincent College history students made presentations at the Western Pennsylvania Regional Conference of Phi Alpha Theta, an international honor society in history, at the Fred M. Rogers Center on March 17. Dr. Karen Kehoe, left, assistant professor of history and coordinator of the conference, is pictured with, from left, Michael Clinger, a junior history major from Apollo; Joshua Catalano, a senior history major from Saint Marys; Jessica Turriziani, a senior history major from Jeannette; and Zara Wallace, a senior history major from Lauderdale Lakes, Florida. Absent from photo are Casey Wertz, a senior history major from Latrobe, and Benjamin Cleary, a senior history major from Pittsburgh (15236). Hosted by Saint Vincent College’s Xi Nu chapter of Phi Alpha Theta and its History Forum, the conference brought together 60 scholars from colleges and universities in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia to present academic papers on a variety of historical topics.


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