Congratulations to Ty Buck '22 who advanced through the regional and state rounds of the National History Day competition and is bound for Nationals in June. His project titled “America’s Involvement of D-Day: The Triumph of a Two Front Force to Stop German Occupation" is a self-driven paper that secured him a position for advancement.
The Kentucky Historical Society and the College of Education at the University of Kentucky hosted the National History Day in Kentucky State Contest on Saturday, April 27, welcoming 225 students from 35 schools. Students presented their exhibits, documentaries, websites, performances, and papers featuring topics related to this year’s national theme, “Triumph and Tragedy.” Each student or group showed their project to a panel of judges who determined which projects would qualify for the National History Day (NHD) National Contest. The top two junior and senior projects in each category advances to the NHD National Contest, held at the University of Maryland in College Park June 9-13. To find out more or to become involved in this program visit: www.nhd.orgor www.history.ky.gov/nhdky.