Lead Stories
History Internship Program Prepares Historians for Emerging Public Sector Job Field
Dr. Patricia A. Hoskins

A new public history internship program at Limestone College is providing students with invaluable experience for a burgeoning career field.

"We often think of historians as teachers primarily but public history-such as working at historic battlefields and houses, in museums, and in archival libraries-is the sector that presents the most exciting career field for historians," said Dr. Patricia A. Hoskins, College Historian and Assistant Professor of History at Limestone.

Limestone Students Energize Children to Read
Jorge Donoso '13("White Dog") with a youngster from Head Start.
On April 21st, eleven Limestone College students literally brought to life the characters of the popular children's book Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? for a large group of children enrolled in Cherokee County's Head Start program.
Chip Hill Earns Excellence in Teaching Award by Independent Colleges and Universities Group
Dr. Harry "Chip" Hill
Dr. Harry "Chip" Hill, Professor of Music, has been recognized as Limestone College's recipient of the 2011 Excellence in Teaching Award from South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities Inc. (SCICU).
Extended Campus and Day Program Students Meet with Legislators
Terriseda Ross, Keisha Fogle, and SC Senator John Scott.
On April 6, Limestone  students from the College's Day Program and Extended Campus travelled to the South Carolina Statehouse to talk with their legislative representatives about support for the South Carolina Tuition Grant Program. The Limestone students and their peers from the state's thirteen other private colleges and universities were participants in SC Independent College and University Day at the Statehouse.


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