- National History Day Students Recognized at National Level
For Immediate Release: Â Â Contact: Mary Katherine Marshall
The NHD PROGRAM IN SC IS NO LONGER MANAGED BY THE SC ARHIVES AND HISTORY FOUNDATION. ÂÂ IF YOU WOULD LIKE
TO SUPPORT THE PROGRAM, PLEASE CONTACT MARY KATHERINE MARSHALL at the Community Museum Society at
Â 843-374-1500 or email email@example.com.
NHD is a year-long academic program for elementary and secondary school students focused on the teaching and learning of history. A recent study by Rockman, et al found students who participate in NHD develop a range of college and career-ready skills, and out-perform their peers on state standardized tests in multiple subjects, including reading, science, math and social studies.Â
“These students have not only deepened their understanding of their chosen topics, but have also been energized by learning. This program truly brings history to life for students,” said SC NHD State Coordinator, Mary Katherine Marshall.
. For more information on supporting the program, please contact the office at 843-374-1500.
About National History Day
National History Day (NHD) is a year-long academic organization for elementary and secondary school students. Each year, more than half a million students, encouraged by thousands of teachers nationwide participate in the NHD contest. Students choose historical topics related to a theme and conduct extensive primary and secondary research through libraries, archives, museums, oral history interviews and historic sites. After analyzing and interpreting their sources and drawing conclusions about their topics’ significance in history, students present their work in original papers, websites, exhibits, performances and documentaries. These products are entered into competitions in the spring, at local, state and national levels where they are evaluated by professional historians and educators. The program culminates in a national competition each June held at the University of Maryland at College Park.
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- Foundation Officer Elections Unanimous
For more information, contact:
Mary Katherine Marshall, Executive Director
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 25, 2011
SC Archives and History Foundation Elects New Slate of Officers
COLUMBIA, SC–The South Carolina Archives and History Foundation would like to welcome their newly elected officers to the Executive Committee: Chairman—X. Willard Polk of Camden; Vice-Chairman—Eric Wm. Ruschky of Columbia; Treasurer—Wm. Frank Lee of Lugoff; Secretary—Ruth “Lady” Hodges of Edgefield; At Large Members are—The Honorable Gary E. Clary of Central, and Charles P. Boyd of Atlanta.
Officer Elections were held last Monday, July 18 at the SC Archives and History Center on Parklane Road in Columbia at the quarterly board meeting with unanimous approval by the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
The South Carolina Archives and History Foundation’s full Board of Directors includes: Frank Beattie of Georgetown, Curtis Campbell of Orangeburg, Kathryn D. Durham of Columbia, Walter Edgar of Columbia, Eric Wm. Emerson of Columbia, A. V. Huff of Greenville, Phil Noble of Charleston, and Rodger E. Stroup of Columbia.
The South Carolina Archives & History Foundation supports the efforts of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History. It is the caretaker of the South Carolina Archives, a collection of more than 325 years of historical documents recording the rich and diverse history of the people and government of South Carolina. In addition to preserving the documentary and cultural history of the Palmetto State, the Department also administers a variety of programs through the State Historic Preservation Office that help identify, recognize and preserve the state's architectural and archaeological heritage.
For more information on how you can support the SCHAF, please call 803.896.6124 or visit www.palmettohistorysc.org.
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SCAHF Events & Happenings
Here you will find a list of events sponsored by the South Carolina Archives and History Foundation.
- February 15th Lunch and Learn--Seperate but Equal Schools