National History Day Project Examples from 2016-2019 National Contests
Read the Contest Rule Book (English) 2021 NEW NHD Contest Rule Book
Student Conduct: Students are expected to conduct themselves, both in person and online, in a manner that brings credit to themselves, their schools, and the affiliates they represent. As guests at the University of Wyoming, you are expected to abide by the same rules the University has established for its students.
2022 marks the 42nd year for the National History Day program in Wyoming
National History Day engages students in grades 6-12 in the process of discovery and interpretation of historical topics. Students produce dramatic performances, imaginative exhibits, multimedia documentaries and research papers based on research related to an annual theme. These projects are then evaluated at local, state, and national competitions.
Many different people participate in the Wyoming History Day program, including Wyoming students and teachers, the University of Wyoming, Wyoming State Historical Society, the John P. Ellbogen Foundation, and community business who generously support the Wyoming History Day program with grants and special awards.
The NHD program is a year-long education program that culminates in a national contest every June. Wyoming History Day, administered by the American Heritage Center, occurs every year in April.
STAY TUNED : Days of event schedule will be updated ASAP
- When you arrive at the UW Gateway Center Lobby...
- Drop off exhibits, performance supplies, jumpdrives and anything else needed for day of event and Showcase on Sunday night.
- Pick-up your packet of information.
- Awards Ceremony begins @ 3:30 p.m. in the Hilton Garden Inn Ballroom.
- Everyone is welcome to join us to recognize the outstanding projects for 2022.
- Sponsors of awards are scheduled to announce winners, but a separate judging committee will decided award winners.
- National Qualifiers Meeting immediately following the Awards Ceremony.
- Parking at American Heritage Center
- It's free but you must sign-in your vehicle on the sign-in sheet as you enter the building. You'll need to provide your license plate #, make of vehicle, date and time. If you don't sign-in, you're at risk of getting a ticket.
- Parking at Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center and UW Conference Center
- Free, no permit required.
- If you have family members and/or friends visiting you during the contest and they'd like to park in other locations on campus, they can visit the Registration/Check-In table in the lobby of the UW Conference Center to pick up a one day parking pass for $5.00
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