Guam History Day, a Guam Preservation Trust and University of Guam Micronesian Area Research Center project based on National History Day, was initiated by stakeholders of historic preservation as a strategic element in the development of a community action to protect and preserve Guam's historic sites, culture, and perspectives for the benefit of Guam's people and future.
Guam History Day is not just one day, it's a yearlong program that involves middle and high school students as they creatively develop their perspectives of Guam's history through research and reading, presentations in writing, visual projects, and performance.
Frontiers in History: People, Places, Ideas
Each year, National History Day® frames students’ research within a historical theme. The theme is chosen for broad application to world, national, or state history and its relevance to ancient history or to the more recent past. The 2022-2023 theme is Frontiers in History: People, Places, Ideas.
Virtual Mentoring Video Series
UOG MICRONESIAN AREA RESEARCH CENTER
Join Wai Yi Ma from the University of Guam's Micronesian Area Research Center (MARC) who presents efficient ways to utilize the collection's resources for your Guam History Day project!
For more information about the MARC, Click Here.
APPROACHES AT CONDUCTING YOUR RESEARCH
Former Guam & National History Day participant and champion, Lazaro Quinata, guides you on best research approaches for your Guam History Day project.
|Guam Team Selected for National History Day Summer Institute in Hawaiʻi|
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