Graduate Research Assistants Return for Spring Semester

Left to right, Annabeth Hayes, Grace Allen, and Kate Hatfield will continue to get hands-on experience at the CHP this Spring.

Left to right, Annabeth Hayes, Grace Allen, and Kate Hatfield will continue to get hands-on experience at the CHP this Spring.

More than a dozen graduate research assistants will be working for the CHP this Spring. They will delve into a range of projects, from a heritage development plan for the historic Rhea County Courthouse to a preservation plan for Salem Cemetery in Madison County. The Salem Cemetery project falls within the CHP’s Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area program, as does community outreach at the Heritage Center in Murfreesboro and work on a new interpretive trail for Glen Leven Farm outside of Nashville. Students will also be assisting with the Teaching with Primary Sources-MTSU program, the Century Farms program, and the Trail of Tears project, among other assignments.

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