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The Successes of Cassandra Shepard Part 2


From

the

scholarly

beginning career,

of

her

Cassandra

Shepard has worked nonstop in hopes of academic prosperity and achievement. Here is the second collection of her most esteemed scholarly successes.


Cassandra

made

a

presentation on her essay "Broomhilda Unchained" at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.


Cassandra worked as a committed Researcher and Archivist at Congressional Records. During her time in this role, she researched and created

an

in-depth

paper

analyzing

the

congressional discussions on the circumstances surrounding the 1976 Hyde Amendment.


Two of Cassandra Shepard’s essays were accepted in The Encyclopedia of Racism and Film and are now in the process of being published.


Cassandra worked as a teacher at the Art Institute of Chicago for four years. While

maintaining

this

position,

she

crafted

organized, and instructed a number of different college writing courses in hopes of assisting young adults in their effort to become better academic writers.

The Successes of Cassandra Shepard Part 2.ppt  

The Successes of Cassandra Shepard Part 2.ppt

The Successes of Cassandra Shepard Part 2.ppt  

The Successes of Cassandra Shepard Part 2.ppt

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