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31 May 2014

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New Mexico National History Day State Competition!

5 May 2014

Wearing costumes or armed with exhibits, documentaries, and URL?s, over 300 students from middle and high schools across the state will arrive at the National Hispanic Cultural Center to compete in the National History Day New Mexico State Competition on April 25th, 2014. During the past year, these students developed projects focused on the theme, Rights and Responsibilities in History. This group took 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in the Regional Competitions. 1st and 2nd place winners from the State Competition will go on to compete at Nationals in College Park Maryland.

The competition begins at 9am. Students are placed in either the Junior (grades 6-8) or Senior (grades 9-12) Division. Each project category?dramatic performance, essay, or website to name a few?will have a winner. Exhibits will be open for public display after the judges deliberation concludes at 3pm. All documentaries and performances can be attended by the public audience; however, viewers are prohibited from talking with the judges until winners are announced.

An awards ceremony to announce the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners as well as special awards in historical areas is the competitions 3pm finale.

The National History Day New Mexico Chapter is funded by the New Mexico Humanities Council and the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. For further information, please contact Trevor Carter or Stephanie Garcia and visit the link below.

National History Day  »


Advocate for the Humanities!

5 May 2014

As congress plans out the budget for FY 2015, we ask for your help in solidifying the funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities and the State Humanities Councils. With your endorsement, together we can show the importance of humanities and the role that state councils play in providing important and one of a kind programming to public audiences.

Attached is the letter being sent from the Federation of State Humanities Councils (FSHC) to the House Interior Appropriations Subcommittee advocating that they maintain funding. Please help us show that the humanities matter across our nation, especially in our great state of New Mexico.

To endorse the letter, we ask that you send your full name, title, organization, city, and state to info@nmhum.org by this Friday, April 25th.

Thank you for your continued support of the New Mexico Humanities Council and your role in promoting the public humanities throughout our state!

FY 2015 Letter to Subcommittee »


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