Kimberly Mozingo

  • Graduate Student
  • History & Museum Studies, UNCG

Graduate Student; enrolled Masters in History, Concentration in Museum Studies. Graduate Student Association Senator. Student Government Senator, Graduate Senator. Bachelors of Arts in History from University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Converse Clowse Award-Outstanding History Graduate. Phi Sigma Pi, National Honor Fraternity. Golden Key International Honor Society. Academic Excellence Award-Highest Undergraduate Award. Scholastic Excellence and Outstanding Achievement Award. Lloyd's International Honors College. Phi Alpha Theta, National History Honor Society. Sigma Alpha Pi, National Society of Leadership and Success. UNCG Historical Society. Sigma Alpha Lambda, National Leadership and Honors Organization. Phi Theta Kappa, National Honor Society of 2 year colleges. Outstanding Academic Award, GTCC. Who's Who of Two Year Colleges. I currently work for the National Park Service as an interpretive ranger at Guilford Courthouse National Military Park and work at the High Point Museum as a Historica Docent.

There are 2 included publications by Kimberly Mozingo :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Amid Hostilities and Destruction: North Carolina Women and Their Impact on the American Revolution 2012 1693 The War for American Independence affected North Carolina women with the war’s brutality and hardship, and the disruption of their lives. During the years of 1780-1781, the British and American armies foraged for supplies on small farms, involved wo...
Human Junk: Children Textile Workers and their private and social lives in High Point, North Carolina 1910-1930’s 2013 2108 “The exploitation of children would produce only human junk” photographer Lewis Hine professed as he traveled across America in the early twentieth century taking hundreds of photographs documenting child labor. Hine, child labor reformers, and pr...