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Anne McDonagh Editor of Learning Curves Celebrates 75th Birthday

By WENDY TERRY - May 26 2014
Anne McDonagh Editor of Learning Curves Celebrates 75th Birthday

Anne has been the Editor of Learning Curves for most of its 16 years. She is also the founding coordinator of University in the Community which was launched in 2003, a university liberal arts program for low income members of the community.

Rumana Kahlifa a University in the Community student is pictured with Anne, She is one the UiC students who surprised Anne with a birthday cake, cards, flowers. Anne is Vice-President of the Workers’ Educational Association and Rumana is a member of the WEA Board of Directors, the organization which is a co-founder of University in the Community and the publisher of Learning Curves.

Best wishes Anne and many many thanks for all your volunteer work for the UiC students, Learning Curves’ readers and the WEA Board of Directors.


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