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NWACC Region 10 History Day Competition March 5
NWACC's Social and Behavioral Science Division and the University of Arkansas Special Collections will be hosting the 2022 Region 10 History Day Competition on Saturday, March 5.
Students in 3rd -12th grade from regional schools will compete in the History Day Region 10 Competition by choosing a historical topic related to this year's theme—Debate and Diplomacy in History. They have conducted research, analyzed sources to draw conclusions about their topic, and will present their work as a research paper, exhibit, performance, website, documentary or poster.
The National History Day program is a highly regarded academic program for elementary and secondary school
History Day schedule
Saturday, March 5th:
9 AM - 11:30 AM: The public may view student presentations for the categories: Documentary and Performance. See the event schedule for specific times and locations.
1 PM - 2 PM: The public may view the Exhibit category in the Becky Paneitz Student Center room 108.
2 PM - 3 PM: The awards ceremony will be held in White Auditorium of Burns Hall and streamed live on Facebook. The top three in each category, except for posters, will advance to the state history day competition at the University of Central Arkansas in April.
Support History Day
Interested in having your organization sponsor the History Day Region 10 Competition? Support the largest academic contest in NWA through a monetary donation (by using the form below) or emailing Jami Forrester at email@example.com