MSP student presents at conference

All are invited to attend the upcoming Making History Public(s): Presenting the Collective hosted by the American History Workshop.  The conference will be held this Friday and Saturday (May 10 and 11) in 1014 Tisch Hall with breakfast and lunch provided.  The conference will feature graduate students from History, Museum Studies, School of Information, English, and students from across the country.  The keynote speaker will be Ellen Noonan, the Director of Public History and Archives at New York University.  Please see the attached flyer with additional details about the conference.  Since meals will be provided, please rsvp if you plan to attend.

Current MSP student, Alice Register, will present a session based upon her recent MSP Capstone project, “Cobblestone Farm: Connecting the Past and Present in the Woodshed”