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AAS Graduates

FDI 2012 Graduates

Bachelor of Arts Degree in African and African-American Studies (AAS)

2014 Diploma Ceremony

2014 AAS Majors

Latoya Shantel Heron

Julian Suzette Smith

2014 AAS Minor

Leah Marie Reino

2013-14 FDI Undergraduate Prizes

The Frederick Douglass Prize is a college-wide contest to select the best undergraduate research

paper in the broad area of African and African-American Studies.

Quinlan Mitchell

for his paper on

"Liberated Black Sound: Polyvocal Madness in Black Female Performance”

Adam Ondo

for his exceptional contributions to Undergraduate Research in

African and African-American Studies

Graduate Certificates in AAS

Tiffany Barber

Graduate student in the Visual & Cultural Studies Program

Joseph Vogel

PhD Candidate in English Department

Congratulations and best wishes to AAS graduates!

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