Posted: February 13, 2014 -- letizia
From sewing a miniature book binding to watching a demonstration of shaping a stone tool, nearly 200 eighth-graders from Lincoln Middle School recently took a whirlwind tour of library sciences and anthropological research at Washington State University to prepare for their final history project this spring.
The teens visited the WSU Libraries and the WSU Museum of Anthropology to glean ideas for their “Night of the Notables” on March 26 and 27. Students investigate an important historical figure, write a paper and answer questions as that figure, in costume, during an evening event for parents and friends.
For the full story, visit the WSU News site at http://news.wsu.edu/2014/02/12/wsu-welcomes-history-students-for-researc....