NEH in the News
The University of Massachusetts at Lowell has received a $160,000 NEH grant to host two one-week workshops for school teachers to study the role Lowell played during the Industrial Revolution. Educators will get hands on learning experience at historic mill sites in the city while also attending lectures and classes, from the Lowell Sun.
J. Brent Morris, professor of history at the University of South Carolina at Beaufort, has been awarded a $200,000 NEH grant to conduct a three-week institute for thirty school teachers in the summer of 2015 exploring Reconstruction’s impact on the southeastern US coast, from the Beaufort Gazette.
The Pratt Museum of Homer, AK has been awarded an NEH grant for $300,000 to fund their “Living Communities of Kachemak Bay” exhibition and its installation in a new museum building, from the Homer Tribune.
Profile of the American Antiquarian Society, a repository of early American printed materials and books in Worcester, MA and recipient of a 2013 National Humanities Medal, from the Worcester Telegram.