Nadeya J. Patel
❖ Tarleton State University, B.A. December 2018.
❖ 2019-Present. Tarleton State College of Education, Graduate Assistant.
❖ 2017-Present. Daughters of the American Revolution Lucretia Council Cochran Chapter, Museum Outreach and Junior Membership Chair.
❖ 2011-Present. 2P Research and Genealogy Service. Public Records Researcher.
❖ 2016-2018. The Odyssey Online. Contributing Editor and Online Writer
❖ 2014-2015. Kennedale Historical Society. Researcher and Writer.
❖ 2019-Present. Social Media Coordinator for Tarleton State College of Education.
❖ 2019-Present. Preservation and Restoration of Middleton Tate Johnson Family Cemetery. Arlington, Texas,
❖ 2018-Present. District II Director Assistant. Daughters of the American Revolution.
❖ 2018. Researcher for Texas State Historical Marker WPA Wall in Kennedale, Texas
❖ 2017-2018. Special Projects Chair. Daughters of the American Revolution.
❖ 2017. Preservation and Restoration of Whitehead Cemetery. Kennedale, Texas.
❖ 2011-2016. Fundraising for Historic Building Restoration. Kennedale, Texas.
❖ 2011-2016. Board Member Kennedale Historical Society.
Conference Papers, Addresses, and Invited Speeches:
❖ April 2016.“Poe and Victorian Morality: A Misconceived Man of Morals?” English Graduate Studies Association. The University of Texas at Arlington. Arlington, Texas.
❖ 2020. Old Arlington Cemetery Digitizing Project
❖ 2019. Co-Creator of Online Museum for Huckabay, Texas.
❖ 2017. Virtual Tour Project created for Knapp Heritage Park, Arlington, Texas.
❖ Texas Civil War Museum Evaluation. Portfolium.
❖ Research Portfolio: Orphan Trains. Portfolium.
❖ Daughters of the American Revolution Museum Minutes Contribution. Washington D.C.
❖ Review of Stephen L. Hardin, Lust for Glory: An Epic Story of Early Texas and the Sacrifice That Defined a Nation, for West Texas Historical Association, Summer 2019.
Books, Articles, and Miscellaneous published, awaiting publication, or proposed:
❖ Co-Contributor of Book Project Thurber, Texas, Summer 2019.
❖ 2019-Present: Cleaned and Preserved Various Texas State Historical Markers. Dallas-Fort Worth, Metroplex.
❖ December 2019: Raised Funds and Participated in “Wreaths Across America” at Acton Cemetery. Acton, Texas.
❖ December 2019: Raised Funds and Participated in “Wreaths Across America” at DFW National Cemetery. Dallas, Texas.
❖ 2019. Conducted and Transcribed Oral Interviews for Social Media Email Campaign.
❖ 2019. Presentation Assistant at DAR District II Workshop “Women’s Suffrage and Votes for Women”. Fort Worth, Texas.
❖ December 2018: Raised Funds and Participated in “Wreaths Across America” at DFW National Cemetery. Dallas, Texas.
❖ 2018: Conducted Oral Interviews for Veterans History Project. Fort Worth, Texas.
Scholarships, Grants, and Awards:
❖ 2018. Tarleton Graduate Studies Scholarship Recipient.
❖ 2018. Spirit of Tarleton College of Liberal and Fine Arts Scholarship Recipient.
❖ 2017 and 2018. Daughters of the American Revolution Outstanding Junior Award Chapter Level.
❖ 2017. O.A. Grant History Scholarship Recipient.
❖ 2017. Evelyn Wisdom Scholarship Recipient.
❖ 2014. Certificate of Service Appreciation, City of Kennedale, Texas.
❖ National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
❖ Texas Association of Museums
❖ Kennedale Historical Society
❖ National Council for Public History
❖ American Historical Association
❖ National Council for Public History (NCPH) 2020. Atlanta, Georgia. (Will Attend)
❖ American Historical Association (AHA) 2020. New York, New York.
❖ Daughters of the American Revolution Texas State Conference 2020. Dallas, Texas
❖ Saving Texas History Symposium 2019. Austin, Texas.
❖ TXDAR Fall Forum 2019. Austin, Texas
❖ Daughters of the American Revolution Texas State Conference 2019. Dallas, Texas.
❖ 1st Annual Industrial Symposium 2019. Tarleton State University. Stephenville, Texas.
❖ Daughters of the American Revolution Texas State Conference 2018. San Antonio, Texas.
❖ TXDAR Fall Forum 2018. Austin, Texas.