Please join us in congratulating Elizabeth Jacobi, Sara Romeyn, Ph.D., and Kimberly Worthy for being accepted to participate in coveted fellowships for educators sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Ms. Jacobi will learn about migration at California State University, Bakersfield: California Dreamin': Migration, Work, and Settlement in the "Other" California.
Dr. Romeyn will study Japanese Incarceration at the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation: Echoes of History: Mistreatment and Incarceration in the American West.
Ms. Worthy will study the history of the Clotilda at Spring Hill College in Alabama: From Clotilda to Community: The History of Mobile, Alabama's Africatown.
We can't wait for each to share what they learned with the Bullis community when they return.