Student Project Makes the News
Lt. Yosef Yisrael, a May 2012 graduate of the College of Education and Human Development’s Workforce and Human Resources Education bachelor’s degree program, was featured in several local newspapers for his work with historical cabins located near Ft. Knox.
As a final project for the degree program, Lt Yisrael organized open houses at cabins built in the 1800′s, which are located in the Saunders Springs Nature Preserve in Radcliff, KY. He compiled several binders of information documenting the history of the structures and some of their inhabitants. The cabins are normally closed to visitors but city officials approved them being open, March – April, for free public tours. Lt. Yisrael was on-hand giving tours and answering questions about their history.
Lt. Yisrael stated that he has always enjoyed and appreciated historical buildings, and believed this was a perfect opportunity to indulge his love of history and share it with the public—-and finish his bachelor’s degree.
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