NEH Summer Scholar's Professional Development

Most of the Institute will take place at Immaculata University, but there are five days of off-campus events scheduled over the three weeks including the actual dig site of Duffy's Cut, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, and five other sites relevant to the narrative of Duffy's Cut. The Institute implementation will occur through application of three integrated session formats to maximize participant learning. The three formats are: content intensive sessions; field trip sessions; and classroom application with individual and/or group research projects.

All participants will be provided a continuing education certificate documenting their attendance and completion of the three-week, 120 hour NEH Institute. Participants will be offered the opportunity for three (3) graduate credits from Immaculata University at a reduced rate of $200 per credit. Participants choosing to receive graduate credit will be responsible for paying their own tuition. Transcripts will be available to participants following the summer 2016 semester.

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