Grad Students win scholarships to attend state public history conference
Nine graduate students from North Carolina State University attended the North Carolina Preservation Consortium Annual Conference held at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill on November 20, 2015. Sylvia Bailey, Katherine Bowers, Troy Burton, Nicole Coscolluela, Abigail Jones, Claire […]
‘Cedar in the Pines’ Exhibit Tours North Carolina
Cedars in the Pines, the first exhibit to narrate the history of Lebanese immigrants who have made North Carolina their homes since the 1880s, made its debut at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh in 2014 before touring on the […]
Partnering to Preserve North Carolina’s Civil Rights Past
Putting their historical knowledge into practice, the students connected with local preservation organizations and community leaders to identify events and places central to the Civil Rights Movement in Piedmont, North Carolina.
History in 3D
On October 7, 2014, students in Professor Susanna Lee’s Theory and Practice of Digital History class (HI 534) went to the North Carolina Museum of History to participate in a 3D-scanning project. The project was an exploration into the cost effectiveness of […]
History of Women’s Basketball at NC State Exhibit Opening
Exhibit Opening On Thursday, December 4th, NC State Athletic Director Deborah Yow addressed a gathering of students, faculty and friends at the NCSU History of Women’s Basketball at exhibit opening. Watch the full exhibit opening, including an interview with the […]
Exhibit Explores Raleigh’s Public Memory
Public History graduate students have created Communicating Communities, an exhibit at the City of Raleigh Museum that explores the power of memory and technology, and the ways both have been used to forge identities and connections to the many communities that create North Carolina's capital city.