The Appalachian Teaching Project of the Appalachian Regional Commission brings  students, faculty, and community members together for collaboration on issues that matter.  For the 2012-13 ATP project, Auburn University students Chardae Caine, Michael Gutierrez, Austin Haisten, Kaleb Kirkpatrick, Sierra Lehnhoff, Maggie Moore, Laney Payne, and Audrey Ross worked with Tuskegee Human and Civil Rights Multicultural Center director Deborah Gray and citizens in Macon County to develop innovative ways for students and the public to discover the life and work of Isaac Scott Hathaway.

Students traveled to Washington, D.C. and presented their work the consortium of schools and colleges on November 30, 2012.  For questions about the project or the site, contact Mark Wilson at mwilson@auburn.edu.



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