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movies.nytimes.com 1,350,946
zoominfo.com 2,689,602
youtube.com 30,834,319
books.google.com 13,486,892
amazon.com 22,358,187
evansville.edu 871
cgi.ebay.com 3,505,132
history.rays-place.com 6,585
faculty.evansville.edu 2,997
studioplus.com 1,455
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University of Evansville : Department of Art
The Bachelor of Science in pre-art therapy is for students interested in pursuing a career in art and psychology that uses the creative process of art ...
University of Evansville : Department of Art
Les Miley, who taught at the University of Evansville and served as chair of the Art Department for over 40 years, is now professor emeritus and continues ...
University of Evansville : Department of Art
Tracy Maurer earned her MS in Communication in 1990 from Indiana State University. Before coming to the University of Evansville in 1995, she spent five ...
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