Welcome to the 8th annual Stephen F. Austin State University Regional History Day!
Texas History Day, part of the National History Day program, is a yearlong education program that culminates in an annual state-level history fair for students in grades six through twelve. It provides an opportunity for students to develop their knowledge of history, critical thinking, analytical reading, writing, presentation, media design, and public performance skills through creative and original papers, performances, documentaries, web sites or exhibits.
Please join us on the beautiful campus of Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches on Friday, February 7, 2014 for an exciting day filled with student projects exploring this year’s theme “Rights & Responsibilities in History.” SFA’s Regional History Day is open to all 6th through 12th grade students throughout deep East Texas. If you would like to participate or need additional information, please contact the SFA Regional History Day Coordinator or register online.
SFA Regional History Day coordinator:
Dr. M. Scott Sosebee
Box 13013 – SFA Station
Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3013
936-468-2407 or email@example.com
The Stephen F. Austin State University Regional History Day competition is sponsored by the College of Liberal and Applied Arts and the Department of History at SFA. For additional sponsorship opportunities please contact the coordinator.
Each year National History Day uses a theme to provide a lens through which students can examine history. We look forward to seeing you again in 2015 for a new theme, “Leadership and Legacy in History.”