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Junior Michael Artemus Nominated for Gilder Lehrman National Student Advisory Council

Michael Artemus loves history. This year he has investigated his own family's history in Bill Stevens' US History unit on the Great Migration and explored how his own history is a part of our country's history. Michael's intellectual curiosity and dedication to understanding how the past influences the present earned him a place on the Gilder Lehrman National Student Advisory Council for the upcoming school year.
 
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History provides opportunities for high school-aged historians to deepen their knowledge and receive guidance on the college admissions process. Benefits offered to this year's National Student Advisory Council members include
  • Access to the "Tips on the College Process from a Professor’s Point of View” webinar by Barnard professor and president of the Gilder Lehrman Institute James G. Baker
  • Forums to engage in discussion of important topics in American history
  • Ongoing support in the college application process

Michael also received a copy of the book Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom by David Blight. 

Congratulations to Michael on this recognition!

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