Recently an intrepid group from the SU Public History Program set out for Western Maryland. Our destination.
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Brad Kolodner (L) and Greg C Adams (R) warm up while Ken Kolodner (rear) gets ready to join in on the hammer dulcimer. (Photo by GT Johnston)In a workshop sponsored by the Stevenson University Public History Program, particip.
Alex describes the various diseases common in Baltimore in the 1700s-1800s.Stevenson Public History major Alexandra Jeffries presented a public program this week that involved two museums, a train excursion, a lecture, and a .
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 i.
Dan Scotten graduated from our Public History Program in May and is currently employed as a historian helping to document the Human Genome Project. One of the largest projects the US has involved itself in since the Manhattan.