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Coverage for grant GG-280428-21

Scranton's Story, Our Nation's Story
Julie Cohen, University of Scranton

Grant details:

Grant to allow University of Scranton to explore, celebrate Scranton's story (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Sarah Hoffius Hall
Publication: Scranton Times Tribune
Date: 8/27/2021
Abstract: Newspaper provided a summary of the goals and themes of the project.

Julie Schumacher Cohen; August 26, 2021 (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Erika Funke and Julie Schumacher Cohen
Publication: WVIA Public Media
Date: 8/26/2021
Abstract: Project Director Julie Schumacher Cohen, Assistant Vice President for Community Engagement and Government Affairs at the University of Scranton, speaking about "Scranton's Story --Our Nation's Story", a National Endowment for the Humanities grant awarded to the University of Scranton as part of the NEH Discussions Initiative. The project will run for two years and will be organized along 8 thematic streams. The first public event will be held on October 19, 2021. For more information:

Project Brings Diversity to Forefront (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Julie Schumacher Cohen
Publication: Scranton Times Tribune
Date: 1/30/2022
Abstract: This article/op-ed provided an update on the project to the Scranton community/public.

Who is Scranton? Social media campaign seeks to answer (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Joseph Kohut
Publication: Scranton Times Tribune
Date: 3/18/2022
Abstract: Effort part of larger project telling Scranton's story.

ArtScene with Erika Funke: Adam Pratt (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Erika Funke and Adam Pratt
Publication: WVIA
Date: 5/9/2022
Abstract: Interview by WIVA's Erika Funke with Dr. Adam Pratt, History University of Scranton faculty member and main coordinator of theme 3 of the project, Indigenous History of NEPA.