The Stevenson University Public History Program has a secret weapon at the National Guard Museum of the United States-- Ryan Trainor. Working with Stevenson's Admissions program while earning his MLS, Ryan was also a volunteer in the University Archives. Since that time, Ryan has earned his graduate degree and has been employed as an Archivist and Museum Specialist with the National Guard Memorial Library & Museum in Washington, D.C. ...Click here to read more.
Public History News
Genotyping Chip (credit Maggie Bartlett, NHGRI )
Last Thursday, Stevenson PHIST majors were given an opportunity that may come only once in a lifetime: an opportunity to document one of the most important scientific projects in human history....Click here to read more.
Mike MacFee, a third year Public History major, supported the Maryland Military Historical Society (MMHS) as an intern this past spring....Click here to read more.
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