Champlain College faculty writers earn recognition

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Champlain College faculty writers earn recognition

Mon, 02/16/2004 - 8:00pm -- tim

Champlain College’s Dr. Nancy Nahra has learned seven of her poems will be published in the March/April issue of the North American Review, a prestigious literary journal founded in Boston in 1815. Nahra teaches humanities courses at Champlain and directs the Honors Program.
Dr. David Whitmore, director of the Global Networks and Telecommunications degree program at Champlain College, contributed a chapter to the newly published Internet Encyclopedia, released in December by Wiley publishers. Whitmore wrote about multiplexing, an electronic technique for combining multiple digital signals on one medium, such as fiber optic cable.
In addition, a biography of Alexander Hamilton written by Willard Sterne Randall, Historical Scholar in Residence at Champlain College, has been named the Best Book of the Year 2003 by the American Revolution Round Table in Philadelphia. This national award comes on the heels of a nomination for a Pulitzer Prize for the biography, which is called Alexander Hamilton: A Life.
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