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Public History News

Date: 2017

Caption:  Volunteers from Stevenson's Public History, Biology, and Environmental Science Programs join together at the Baxter Farm front porch before the BioBlitz.

In a unique effort aimed at creating a natural and cultural "biography" of a historic farm in southern Frederick County,  students from Stevenson University's School of Humanities and its School of the Sciences recently engaged in a "life" inventory of the 6 1/2 acre Baxter Farm. ...Click here to read more.

Caption: Public History majors help to manually clear kudzu from the Greenspring campus. 

As part of "Mustangs Make A Difference" community service day, Stevenson's Public History "first year" students joined with the Center for Environmental Stewardship as well as the Chesapeake Conservation Corps to help remove invasive kudzu from our Greenspring campus....Click here to read more.

Caption:  National Park Service "Ranger Tim" on left with an NPS volunteer provided visitors with stories, music, and the opportunity to shuck corn.

Hampton Mansion National Historic Site recently held its annual harvest festival and the Stevenson Public History Program (PHIST) was there to help....

During the summer of my freshman year, I had the wonderful opportunity of volunteering at the York County History Center in York, PA. ...Click here to read more.

Yesterday, Stevenson's Public History majors were transported into the past. ...Click here to read more.

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