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May 14, 2013

Former resident picks up Golden Quill

— Former Summerhill resident B. Rose Huber has been named a winner at the 2013 Golden Quill Awards presented by the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania.

Huber, who lives in Pittsburgh and works at the University of Pittsburgh and writes for the Pitt Chronicle, was a winner under the history/culture article or series for nondaily newspapers for “YRBFYR OTHN: Nicholas Rescher Resurrects History’s First Sophisticated Wartime Coding Machine.”

Huber graduated from the Robert E. Cook Honors College at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and English.

She went on to get a master’s degree in creative writing and publishing arts from the University of Baltimore.

At Pitt, Huber also generates media coverage for 20 science departments and writes for the award-winning Pitt Magazine.

She previously served as the assistant director of public relations at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and has worked for nonprofit organizations in Washington, D.C., and Pittsburgh.

Huber also is a fiction writer who has worked on various projects.

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