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Awards

For the Organization
  • National Council on Public History, 1998: Robert Kelley Memorial Award for “outstanding contribution to public history”.
  • American Association of Higher Education, 1991: Citation as an “exemplary partnership for minority student achievement”.
For Digital Projects
  • HERB – Social History for Every Classroom: Best of the Web award, 2012, Education Category.
  • The 9/11 Memorial, 2011: Certificate of Appreciation for the September 11 Digital Archive.
  • Shmoop, 2010: Best of the Web award for Antebellum American Culture for The Lost Museum.
  • Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching, 2009: MERLOT Classics Award for Exemplary Online Materials for Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution website.
  • Center for Digital Education, 2006: Digital Education Achievement Teacher-Focused Application Award for The Lost Museum.
  • National Endowment for the Humanities, 2006: “We the People” Citation for Picturing U.S. History.
  • National Endowment for the Humanities, 2005: EDSITEment Citation for The Lost Museum.
  • WorldFest-Houston Independent International Film Festival, 2005: Platinum Award in Interactive-Educational Media for The Lost Museum.
  • Horizon Interactive, 2005: Honorable Mention for The Lost Museum.
  • The New York Public Library, 2005: “Best of Reference” Citation for History Matters.
  • American Historical Association, 2005: James Harvey Robinson Prize for History Matters.
  • The New York Public Library, 2004: “Best of Reference” for September 11 Digital Archive.
  • UNESCO International Committee of Museums for Audiovisual, Image, and Sound New Technologies, 2004: Special Web Art Bronze Award for What Exit? New Jersey and Its Turnpike, New Jersey Historical Society online exhibition (ASHP/CML, producer).
  • National Endowment for the Humanities, 2004: EDSITEment Citation for Liberty, Equality, Fraternity website.
  • The American Association of Museums, 2003: Award for Outstanding Project for What Exit? New Jersey and Its Turnpike, New Jersey Historical Society online exhibition (ASHP/CML, producer).
  • Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, 2000: Prize for Innovative Use of Archives for The Lost Museum.
  • National Endowment for the Humanities, 1999: EDSITEment Citation for “Best of the Humanities on the Web” for History Matters: The U.S. Survey on the Web.
  • American Historical Association, 1994: James Harvey Robinson Prize for Who Built America? CD-ROM, Volume I: From the Centennial Celebration of 1876 to the Great War of 1914 (Voyager, 1993).
  • Interactive Media Festival, 1994: Finalist for Who Built America? CD-ROM, Volume I: From the Centennial Celebration of 1876 to the Great War of 1914 (Voyager, 1993).
For Documentaries
  • Chicago International Film Festival/Intercom, 1997: Silver Hugo Award for Up South: African-American Migration in the Era of the Great War.
  • WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, 1997: Silver Award for Up South: African-American Migration in the Era of the Great War.
  • WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, 1996: Finalist for Savage Acts: Wars, Fairs, and Empire.
  • Sine! San Francisco Filipino-American Film and Video Festival and the Museum of Chinese in America and the Asia Society’s Allies and Enemies Film Festival, 1996: Savage Acts: Wars, Fairs, and Empire.
  • National Educational Media Network Festival, 1996: Bronze Apple for Savage Acts: Wars, Fairs, and Empire.
  • Council on Foundations Film Festival, 1995: Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl: Immigrant Women in the Turn-of-the-Century City.
  • New York Festivals, 1993: Silver Medal for Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl: Immigrant Women in the Turn-of-the-Century City.
  • Chicago International Film Festival/Intercom, 1993: Silver Hugo Award for Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl: Immigrant Women in the Turn-of-the-Century City.
  • American Historical Association, 1993: John E. O’Connor Film Award for Best History Documentary for Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl: Immigrant Women in the Turn-of-the-Century City.
  • Houston Film Festival, 1987: Bronze Award for Dr. Toer’s Amazing Magic Lantern Show: A Different View on Emancipation and Reconstruction.
  • Chicago Film Festival, 1986: Certificate of Merit for Daughters of Free Men: Life and Labor in the Textile Mills of Lowell.
  • National Educational Film Festival, 1986: Second Prize for 1877: The Grand Army of Starvation.
  • Houston Film Festival, 1986: Silver Award for 1877: The Grand Army of Starvation.
  • Chicago Film Festival, 1986: Certificate of Merit for 1877: The Grand Army of Starvation.
  • International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film; Athens International Film Festival; and The Museum of Modern Art, 1986: 1877: The Grand Army of Starvation.
  • Houston Film Festival, 1985: Bronze Award for History: The Big H.
  • Chicago Film Festival, 1984: Gold Plaque for Five Points: New York’s Irish Working Class in the 1850s.
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