Featured on UNC.EDU Spotlight | Meet a new Tar Heel: Patricia Dawson: Incoming Department of History Doctoral Student
Patricia Dawson is an incoming doctoral student with the Department of History who will study Cherokee history, following in the footsteps of her great-great-great aunt, who is believed to be the first Cherokee woman to earn a doctorate. Read more here
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