Governor Wes Moore has appointed Alexandra Cenatus, Director of Programs at Maryland Humanities, to the Maryland 250 Commission and Leadership Maryland announces her participation in their Emerging Leader Program
June 18, 2024
Nearly 500 middle and high school students presented their extensive historical research at the 2024 Maryland History Day State Contest The competition is the culmination of a year-long program from Maryland Humanities. 61 students will represent Maryland at National History Day.
May 10, 2024
The Daily Record has named Maryland Humanities CEO Lindsey Baker to its 2024 listing of Maryland’s Top 100 Women. In its 29th year, Maryland’s Top 100 Women recognizes outstanding achievements by women demonstrated through professional accomplishments, community leadership and mentoring
March 21, 2024
Maryland Humanities is pleased to announce the selection of What Storm, What Thunder by Myriam J.A. Chancy for the 2024 One Maryland One Book program. The Haitian-Canadian-American author’s novel follows a cast of characters during the 2010 earthquake that struck Haiti.
March 12, 2024
Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County, and Montgomery County all boasted students who received commendations from State Senators and Delegates at the Maryland State House in Annapolis for the honors they received at 2023 National History Day State Contest.
February 9, 2024