Graduate Students present their work at NCSU’s Graduate Student Research Symposium

Lisa Withers talks with a visitor about her experiences working with Belizian heritage groups

On March 22, 2017, NC State celebrated its graduate students’ work across all disciplines at the 12th annual Graduate Student Research Symposium. This year, history and public history graduate students were well-represented.

Katie Schinabeck discusses her internship experience as described on her poster, “Stamp Act Newport: Digital Interactive Tools and the Small Museum.”
Ethan Ley presents his poster, co-created by Claire Kempa, Michael Bizieff, and Katie Schinabeck, on “Syrians in New York”–a description of their research findings for their digital history project.
Steve Lechner relates the implications of his research on “Charting the Imperial Flow: New York City’s Conquest of the Esopus and the Locals Who Contested It,” drawn from his research on riverine history.





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