Published on February 11, 2011  

History professor LeeAnn Reynolds has received a Racial/Ethnic History Research Grant of $1,715 from the United Methodist Church's General Commission on Archives and History. The funds will allow Reynolds to continue her research on Methodist history at the Archives Center in Madison, NJ.


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