Ione Vargus, PhD’71, has been named a Lifetime Achiever by Marquis Who’s Who. During her career at Temple University, she was associate dean, dean and professor in the School of Social Work; acting vice provost for undergraduate education; and a presidential fellow. After her retirement in 1995, she was honored for being the institution’s first female academic dean and first African-American dean. She is the author of the book “Revival of Ideology: The Afro-American Society Movement,” which was published in 1977, and is completing a book titled “African-American Family Reunions: More Than a Picnic.” Joyce L. Malcolm, PhD’77, is a professor at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School, where she teaches courses on constitutional history, and war and law. She is a leading scholar on the Second Amendment. Her latest book, published in May by Pegasus Books, is “The Tragedy of Benedict Arnold,” a biography of the infamous American Revolutionary War general. Joyce’s groundbreaking book on the history of gun rights, “To Keep and Bear Arms,” was published in 1994 by Harvard University Press.
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