AMERICAN COLLEGE RECEIVES POSTGRADUATE ACCREDITATION - START ON YOUR Lic.G. DIPLOMA TODAY
Today, we have just been advised that accreditation of our Post Graduate Diploma is now official. We are now able to grant the licentia ad practicandum which is an accredited Licentiate (Licenses) diploma.
Take our FREE Darkroom Black and White Photographic Course on Family History and Historical Landscape Changes. The course is 10 weeks long and the text book is FREE. - contact Prof Lindgren
25 % Scholarships and Fellowships on Certificate and Postgraduate programs.
The College also offers a COMPLETE Fellowship to Students wishing to translate syllabi and other documents into Spanish and Italian.
Meeting faculty, staff and students from London was wonderful. Here is a photograph of our vice-president, Dr. LaWanna Blount (author of Why I became a Professional Genealogist, a Case study of 91 professional genealogists), Prof. John James Tunesi of Liongam and his wife and fellow faculty member, Jane Tunesi having lunch at THE VAULTS at the Royal Society of Arts.
Some of our faculty are Fellows of this noted academic society founded in the 1700s. Ben Franklin was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts while ambassador to France.
Our two weeks in Europe attending genealogical, heraldic and chivalic activities were outstanding. Remember, if you ever go to London, go to Rules. The food and service are fit for a King. In fact, a former king ate there all the time.
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President - Dr. Carl Edwin Lindgren - Skype (celindgren)
Vice President & Dir. of Academic Studies - Dr. LaWanna L. Blount
Chair of Heraldic Studies- Mr. John James Tunesi of Liongam
Chair of Family History - Jane Tunesi of Liongam
Chair of Genealogical and Paleographic Studies- Vacant
Chair of Documentary Sciences - Vacant
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While in London, the College's President, Dr Carl Edwin Lindgren received a personal invitation and tour of the Society of Antiquaries (London), Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain, Royal Society of Chemistry, Royal College of Teachers, Royal Society of Arts, Royal Photographic Society and Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. He was also accepted as a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Great Britain and had tea in the Fellow's Room of the Society of Antiquaries - London.