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Schrock, Elizabeth | oral history, July 24, 2013 (part 1):

Date
July 24, 2013
Abstract

Grew up in Portage, Michigan, graduated from Michigan State University, completed Masters program in social work and PhD program in social welfare at University of Wisconsin-Madison, came to Vassar in 2012 as a Sexual Assault Violence Prevention Coordinator.

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Schrock, Elizabeth | oral history, July 24, 2013 (part 2):

Date
July 24, 2013
Abstract

Grew up in Portage, Michigan, graduated from Michigan State University, completed Masters program in social work and PhD program in social welfare at University of Wisconsin-Madison, came to Vassar in 2012 as a Sexual Assault Violence Prevention Coordinator.

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Schrock, Elizabeth | oral history, July 24, 2013 (part 3):

Date
July 24, 2013
Abstract

Grew up in Portage, Michigan, graduated from Michigan State University, completed Masters program in social work and PhD program in social welfare at University of Wisconsin-Madison, came to Vassar in 2012 as a Sexual Assault Violence Prevention Coordinator.

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Schrock, Elizabeth | oral history, July 24, 2013 (part 4):

Date
July 24, 2013,July 24, 2013
Abstract

Grew up in Portage, Michigan, graduated from Michigan State University, completed Masters program in social work and PhD program in social welfare at University of Wisconsin-Madison, came to Vassar in 2012 as a Sexual Assault Violence Prevention Coordinator.

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Schrock, Elizabeth | oral history, July 24, 2013 (part 5):

Date
July 24, 2013
Abstract

Grew up in Portage, Michigan, graduated from Michigan State University, completed Masters program in social work and PhD program in social welfare at University of Wisconsin-Madison, came to Vassar in 2012 as a Sexual Assault Violence Prevention Coordinator.

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Schrock, Elizabeth | oral history, July 24, 2013 (transcript)

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