It just so happened that two of the Jamboree back to back sessions that I attended were hosted by Elissa Scalise Powell and Paula Stuart-Warren. I’ve been photography each of the speakers and both happened to be on the podium at the same time. Each reminded me that GRIP – the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh was coming up soon.
The first session runs from 26 June-1 July 2016 and the second is from 17-22 July 2016. Paula is presenting the week-long course “Intermediate Genealogy: Tools for Digging Deeper” during Session 2.
I haven’t ever made it to Pittsburgh, but this is on my genealogical bucket list.
Here are the courses for 26 June-1 July:
Pennsylvania: Research in the Keystone State with Sharon MacInnes and Michael Lacopo
Master the Art of Genealogical Documentation with Thomas W. Jones
Fundamentals of Forensic Genealogy with Cathi Desmarais, Kelvin Meyers and Michael Ramage
Family Archiving: Heirlooms in the Digital Age with Denise May Levenick
Women and Children First: Research Methods with Judy G. Russell
German Research Resources with Warren Bittner and Baerbel Johnson
Session 2 has the following line up:
Diving Deeper into New England: Advanced Strategies for Success with D. Joshua Taylor
Intermediate Genealogy: Tools for Digging Deeper with Paula Stuart-Warren
From Confusion to Conclusion: How to Write Proof Arguments with Harold Henderson and Kimberly Powell
Advanced Genetic Genealogy with CeCe Moore
Researching in Italian Records with Melanie G. Holtz
Practical Genetic Genealogy with Debbie Parker Wayne and Blaine Bettinger
Advanced Research Methods with Thomas Jones
I believe there might be a few seats left in some of these sessions. For complete information, visit GRIP.