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Public History program in Washington DC Information session

Associate Professor, Director, Museum Studies Certificate Program
101 LeConte Hall

For graduate and undergraduate students -- join us for an information session about UGA’s program in public history in Washington, DC this summer! Students will spend the entire summer living in Washington, DC while interning at major cultural and historical institutions. During Maymester, students participate in a course on American Museums, Parks, and Monuments, which will be taught (mostly) on the Washington Mall with an extended excursion to Mount Vernon. For the rest of the summer, students will intern with major cultural institutions in the area, such as the National Archives, Smithsonian museums, etc. while gaining valuable experiential work in public history.

Find out more about this exciting opportunity and how to apply for summer 2017 on Nov. 1.

Contact: Dr. Reason at

See the undergraduate page on our website to find out about scholarship opportunities.

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