WLA bids farewell to spring interns
Spring semester saw two undergraduate history honors students, Elyse Voyen and Adam Mogilesky, interning at the WLA through HIST 398 the History Undergraduate Internship Program. It has been several years since interns were at the WLA and hopefully this continues the previous fruitful tradition.
Elyse and Adam worked hard on various projects including educational and instruction tie-ins using WLA collections. Adam also assisted with processing a collection, Deborah’s Place. Elyse researched Mundelein College’s involvement in the Selma Freedom March in 1965 and conducted an oral history of a March participant, which will be part of an on-line exhibit.
The WLA benefited tremendously from Elyse’s and Adam’s work. Both graduate and begin teaching endeavors. Best of luck to both of them from the grateful WLA!