Invited Public History Institutions
Up to five organizations will be selected to explore and develop public interpretive programs. Each will be invited to send a team of three representatives to the summer workshop including the project's programmatic and interpretive director, a staff assistant, and a representative of the institution's leadership or development staff. Participants will receive funding for travel, lodging, and meals during the workshop.
Selected Graduate Students and NMAAHC Staff
Up to eight graduate students and NMAAHC staff will be selected to participate in the workshop and serve as administrative and research assistants to participating public history institutions. Selected students and NMAAHC staff will be assigned to work with participating institutions during the project development year following the summer seminar. Travel to the institution may be requested during this collaboration. Students and NMAAHC staff will receive funding for travel, lodging, and meals during the workshop and during the project development year.
Graduate Student Application
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