New York State Archives Student Research Awards

New York State Archives: Where History Goes on Record

The New York State Archives has announced its twenty-second annual Student Research Awards program to promote and recognize excellence in student research. The main purpose of the awards program is to encourage students to explore the wealth of historical records in New York State.

Three awards will be presented: one each for grades 4-5, grades 6-8, and grades 9-12.

Individual and group entries are welcome and must be submitted by July 1, 2012.

Entries may be in the following formats:

  • Website, PowerPoint presentation, or other computer-based format
  • Exhibit
  • Documentary
  • Performance
  • Proposal for historic marker
  • Research paper

All nominations must be made by teachers, library media specialists, or administrators in the school attended by the student or groups of students.

For official guidelines and entry forms:

http://www.archives.nysed.gov/a/grants/grants_student_sraguidelines.shtml

New York State Archives

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