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This interview was conducted by Baylee Hughes with Amanda Cavin as part of the “Being LGBTQIA+ at Winthrop” Oral History Project spearheaded by Baylee Hughes. Amanda was a post-traditional student at Winthrop graduating a Bachelor of Science from the College of Educations (2015) and later with a Master of Education degree (2017). Amanda has worked for Winthrop since 2019 as the Director of the EagleSTEM Scholars Program. In this interview, Amanda discusses her experiences at Winthrop for the “Being LGBTQIA+ at Winthrop” Oral History Project. This project was created to record the voices and experiences of historically marginalized LGBTQIA+ university students, former students, and employees of Winthrop University. This project aims to address the lack of source material available concerning the experiences of LGBTQIA+ students and staff on college campuses with the goal of helping to fill the gap in the historical record with these interviews.
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Cavin, Amanda, "Interview with Amanda Cavin" (2021). Winthrop University Oral History Program. OH-713.