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‘Research Like a Pro: Discovering Your Family’s History in 30 Minutes a Day’

On Dec. 1 at 9 a.m., join the WSU Alumni Association online for “Research Like a Pro: Discovering Your Family’s History in 30 Minutes a Day.”

Have you always wanted to research your family history but didn’t know where to start? Are you curious about DNA kits? With the multitude of online family trees and records, discovering your ancestors has never been easier — but can seem overwhelming. In this enlightening webinar, accredited genealogist professional Diana Elder will share specific steps to aid in your research. She will show you how you can organize and track your efforts to simplify your research, create a timeline of your ancestors’ life, analyze records discovered to this point, and determine the reliability of the information that you have found.

Register to attend on our Cougar Learning Consortium website.

Questions? Contact Amber Mendenhall at

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