UW-Green Bay gears up for record National History Day
It’ll be a record crowd for National History Day Saturday (April 5), as UW-Green Bay welcomes nearly 440 middle- and high-school students for the 12th annual regional event. The daylong celebration will feature some 259 projects centered on this year’s theme of “Rights and Responsibilities in History,” and event coordinator Deb Anderson says there’s a terrific variety of papers, displays, websites, performances and more on tap. The event kicks off with an opening ceremony at 9 a.m. and concludes with awards at 4 p.m. The event, which relies on some 120 volunteers, is free and open to the public. Our news release has the details.