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Who wrote Uni in the USA...and Beyond and who gets credit for helping behind the scenes?

British students and American contributors in the US (on line and in print): Alice Fishburn, John Wallis, Alexander McClean, Dustin Daniels, Christopher Cheek, Emma Hurst, Margaret Gandy, Kathleen Paul, Jim Bock, Joshua Murray, Annie Cheek

British students and contributors abroad (...and Beyond online edition): Vanessa Bertagnole, Charles Baker, Pong-pong Chua, Lydia Halls, Damara Klaasen, Cassie Symes, Sean Thornton, Simon Sweeney, Alex Warren

Principal contributors to articles: Anthony Nemecek, Jill Hurst, John Wallis, Alice Fishburn, Marva Hall (athletic scholarships), Alexander McClean

Foreward: Dr. Anthony Seldon, 13th Master, Wellington College, and Matt Oakman, Deputy Head (Academic), Wellington College

Introduction: Jamie Dunn, Manager Advising and Marketing, US-UK Fulbright Commission, EducationUSA

Cover Design: David Preston

Photography credits (book cover of Uni in the USA): Thompson Plyler, Jim Simandi

Cartoon Illustrations: Tim Sanders

Executive Editor: Jill Hurst

Editor-in-Chief: Harriet Plyler

Extra thanks to Anthony Back, Helen Boosey, Janice Chalmers, Julia Dai, Jamie Dunn, Caroline Edwards, Harry Edwards, Natalie Friend, Grant Furniss, Susan Gowland, Andy Lyon, Susan Hamlyn, Denise Hart, Terry Hardy, Theresa Hare, Regina Henrich, Rosie Hodgart, Charlotte Hollingshead, Katja Lips, Shari Lord, Ralph Lucas, Emily Nelson, Eileen Penman, the Sutton Trust, William Vanbergen, Chaffee Viets, Bill Visick, Janette Wallis, Zoe Washford, Lauren Welch


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