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Genealogy: Researching Your Family History

Beth Robinson

Genealogy: Researching Your Family History

Beth A. Robinson, MS, Instructor/Chair, Communication Media Arts, 845-574-4425

Intended Audience: Anyone interested in exploring their family history, searching for documents or who wants to begin a family project to build their family tree.

Abstract: Professor Robinson is an amateur genealogist who has traced her family roots back hundreds of years. Along the way she has collected birth, marriage, death and immigration records. She has found famous family members and their writings, and gathered military records from family members from the Revolutionary War to WWII.

There are more clues to your family origin than you know and together we may find them!

About the Speaker: Beth A. Robinson, MS, is Instructor and Chair of Communication Media Arts. Formerly Vice President Broadcast Operations of CBS Radio Networks and Westwood One, as well as Senior Vice President of Network Technical and Broadcast Operations at Westwood One, she managed broadcast centers in New York, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles. She has been responsible for the technical support of products such as the NFL, including the Super Bowls, various Olympics, the Grammy Awards broadcasts, and for technical support of CBS News operations during breaking events such as NASA's shuttle disasters. Robinson earned an AA in Liberal Arts from RCC, a BA in English from SUNY Cortland, and an MS in Communications from the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications, Syracuse University, New York.

Speakers Bureau Art and History Business Communication Education Health Media Science and Technology

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