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Abstract

Course Afffiliation

Hist A382: The Sixties (Summer 2011)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. David Schuster

Chair/Discussant

Dr. David Schuster

Brief Biography

Joseph Wuest is currently pursuing BA degrees in both Political Science and History here at IPFW. During this past year, he was awarded the Withers Scholarship Grant and had a paper he wrote for the 2011 Summer I session nominated for the Sharon Alt Piepenbrink Award. Just last month, he presented his research, “Treating Everyone as Abled: The Americans with Disabilities Act as Opportunity,” at the East Central Writing Centers Association 2012 conference. Some of his academic interests include the study of civil rights and liberties, judicial politics, and international law. Joseph plans to apply to joint J.D./Ph.D. programs in the fall to continue studying law and politics.

Start Date

21-4-2012 9:30 AM

End Date

21-4-2012 10:30 AM

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Joseph Wuest is currently pursuing BA degrees in both Political Science and History here at IPFW. During this past year, he was awarded the Withers Scholarship Grant and had a paper he wrote for the 2011 Summer I session nominated for the Sharon Alt Piepenbrink Award. Just last month, he presented his research, “Treating Everyone as Abled: The Americans with Disabilities Act as Opportunity,” at the East Central Writing Centers Association 2012 conference. Some of his academic interests include the study of civil rights and liberties, judicial politics, and international law. Joseph plans to apply to joint J.D./Ph.D. programs in the fall to continue studying law and politics.