MA Student Jim Wrenn Instrumental in Award Supporting Documentary on Black Environmental Activism in North Carolina
Jim Wrenn is a History MA student and serves as vice president of The Phoenix Historical Society: African American History of Edgecombe County, a non-profit organization founded to “to recover, record, and promote the history of African Americans in Edgecombe County, North Carolina.
Meet our Outstanding Spring and Summer 2022 Graduates
Read all about our outstanding Public History and History MA and Public History PhD 2022 graduates!
“Think and Moo” Exhibit on Display in Withers Hall
The HI 591 Museum Studies class unveils a new exhibit in Withers Hall.
Meet Our Outstanding Spring 2021 Public History and History MA Graduates
Covid 19 did not stop another outstanding group of Public History and History MA students from graduating this Spring.
Meet our Outstanding Spring 2020 MA and PhD Graduates
We would like to congratulate our History MA and Public History MA graduates as well as our first ever Public History PhD 2020 graduate. We wish them the best of luck as they go out into this strange, new world.
Public History MA Alumna, Claire Du Laney,’18 named Outreach Archivist and Assistant Professor at UNO
Claire Du Laney, Graduate Public History Alumna '18, named Outreach Archivist and Assistant Professor for the Archives and Special Collections department at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Public History MA Student’s Documentary Accepted at Film Festival
The History Department is pleased to announce that Andre Taylor, a first-year Public History MA student, had his short documentary, “Burning Cradle of Liberty,” accepted at the 2019 Longleaf Film Festival. On May 13, 1985, Philadelphia police dropped a bomb […]
Public History Alumna Heads Dallas Heritage Village
Melissa Prycer, who received her master’s in public history in 2003, now heads the Dallas Heritage Village, a one-of-a-kind living history museum in Dallas, Texas. The highly-interactive historic site tells the story of life in north Texas between 1840 and […]
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.
Congratulations History and Public History Grads of 2015
Congratulations to the graduating class of 2015! Below are the newest NC State recipients of Master of Arts degrees in Public History and History. See the full May 2015 Graduation Ceremony View graduation photo album Public History Amanda Benter Mandy interned […]