?to collaborate on a range of projects, including the and the .
  • A partnership with the through the (PSAC CESU), which includes archival and other National Park History Projects.
  • Our Museum Studies program with the , begun in 2000, that allows students to learn from museum staff and undertake real-world projects at the AHC.
  • Internship opportunities with an array of local, state, and national?public history organizations, including?the . See Internship Opportunities to learn more.
  • Countless other projects on a variety of topics to suit almost any interest. We offer unparalleled opportunities to undertake research and to develop creative ways to present that research to the public. We’ve done work with foodways, regional music, the textile industry, Native American history, military history, rural life, historic architecture, and women’s history, among others. Our students develop exhibits, CD recordings, walking trails and tour maps, oral history and archival projects, websites, documentary videos, concerts, and a range of public programs.
  • In addition to offering valuable “hands-on” work experiences, our popular graduate research assistantships at the Center for Public History also include a tuition waiver and a monthly stipend.
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