[complete student bios are coming soon!]
History Through Genealogy
Sandy Aman Williams
Homeland in the 18th Century
Lean a Little Closer
I am currently a sophomore at UNC majoring Economics and minoring Information Systems. I was born in China and moved to Wilmington, North Carolina about 6 years ago. I barely had any knowledge about Indians before or even after I moved to USA. Taking this course has really helped me learning and breaking the stereotypes about the Indians. I really enjoyed this class!
“Born & Raised” just outside of Chapel Hill. Retired from UNC-CH in 2011, 27 of those years at School of Dentistry. In 2007 I began with zero credits, my long delayed pursuit of a BA from UNC, taking college transfer program at community college. I finally sat in my first class as a student at UNC in Jan 2010, finishing now May 2013 with a BA in Geography of Human Activity. I have two adult children who graduated from ECU & ASU, and my supportive husband (of 35 yrs) and I babysit our grandson (23 mo) during the week. Not sure what is next; I hope to travel some but also do some “good work” for this world.
Lee Lee Lyon
I am originally from Raleigh North Carolina. I am graduating this May with a degree in Public Policy and Entrepreneurship. I spent a semester studying in Washington DC so I am considering moving back there to work after graduation. This was my first course on Lumbee History, and actually my first history class during my entire time at UNC. I must say, I was pleasantly surprised with how interesting the course was and how knowledgeable Professor Lowery was.
Native Music and Identity
Networking Lumbee History
I am a senior American Indian Studies major and History minor. After graduation, I am moving to Boston to work in education.
My name is Edward L. Hedrick and I am of the class of 2014. I am from Taylorsville, NC. I am majoring in Economics and Public Policy and hope to serve the public as a capital litigation and criminal defense attorney after law school.
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