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Stacy Nichole Roberts, Wolf Tales recording, 7 May 2016

D. H. Hill Library, NCSU (Raleigh, N.C.)

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Stacy Nichole Roberts, Wolf Tales recording, 7 May 2016
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This recording was conducted in the D. H. Hill Library on the campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. In the recording, Stacy Nichole Roberts (‘14) discusses: earning her master’s degree in History at NC State; writing her thesis on the history of commercial strawberry production; her current work as a Ph.D. student at the University of California at Davis, researching longleaf pine timber production and the use of cut over land; her mentor and advisor Dr. Matthew Booker; working with the Genetic Engineering and Society IGERT and cluster at NC State; Dr. Booker’s role in influencing her path to pursuing a Ph.D. and becoming a National Science Foundation IGERT Fellow; other professors who influenced her, including Dr. Fred Gould, Dr. Brent Sirota, Dr. Susanna Lee; using a faculty study space in the stacks at D. H. Hill Library as a research assistant for Dr. Booker; living with other History graduate students and developing friendships with her roommates; living in Raleigh and watching its evolution in recent years; giving a class presentation with the first IGERT cohort; doing archival research and working with the Southern Oral History Program at UNC Chapel Hill; and maintaining relationships with friends and professors from NC State.
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Raleigh (N.C)
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Wolf Tales
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