In collaboration with the City of Raleigh Historic Resources and Museums Program, the Public History program offers two graduate fellowships that engage students in specific projects for the benefit of Raleigh’s public history development. One is in museums, and in 2015-16, the student will research visitor best practices and evaluative tools for the COR Museum, and design and implement visitor surveys. The second is in historic sites, and in 2015-16, the student will research and develop interpretive plans for specific structures at Mordecai Historic Park. Both fellowships require an official report to staff, stakeholders, and the public at the end of the fellowship. Each fellowship pays $2000 per semester. Deadline for application for a Public History Fellowship is 15 August. All questions and applications should be directed to the Director of Public History.