Agnes Scott College

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Agnes Scott College,

at Decatur, Ga.; Presbyterian, U.S.; for women; founded 1889 as the Decatur Female Seminary, chartered 1906 as Agnes Scott College.
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Kozarsky previously sat on the boards of Agnes Scott College and the Temple.
Waqas Khwaja , Professor of English , Agnes Scott College , Decatur, GA, USA, Dean faculty of languages and literature Dr.
A doctor of osteopathic medicine, Herring received a Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience from Agnes Scott College in Georgia.
Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia, Bard College in Annandale-On-Hudson, New York, Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas and Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio
1 in diversity, followed by Agnes Scott, Swarthmore, Wellesley and Pomona colleges.
The Griffin, GA, native earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from Agnes Scott College and fell in love with Decatur.
Venue : Agnes Scott College (Decatur, GA 30030) Frannie Auditorium, Campbell Hall
Three institutions that were popular transfer choices for Sweet Briar College students were Agnes Scott College in Georgia, and Virginia schools Hollins University and Mary Baldwin College.
Adding to the revision effort, albeit in an unofficial capacity, this study conducted jointly at The University of Georgia and Agnes Scott College aimed to confirm and/or clarify the criteria related to credits 6.
5 (2013) includes an excerpt from Tell about Night Flowers: Eudora Welty's Gardening Letters, 1940-1949, edited by Julia Eichelberger; uncollected interviews by Welty recorded during her visit to Bryn Mawr College in 1980 and Agnes Scott College in 1986; essays by Jacob Agner (winner of the 2013 Eudora Welty Society Ruth Vande Kieft Award), Mae Miller Claxton, and others; reviews, practical matters, and the checklist of scholarship.
The findings were made by scientists working at Agnes Scott College, Universitat Zurich, the American Museum of Natural History, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, European Southern Observatory, and Universitat Heidelberg.
Born 1917 in Pendergrass, Georgia, raised in Atlanta, she graduated in 1938 from Agnes Scott College.