Since 1948, sponsors, marketing and race cars have been tied together for the business of NASCAR. Explore the NASCAR Hall of Fame to learn more about NASCAR and the business of racing. Plus, see some of our exhibits and artifacts featured in the Hall.
This classroom connection will provide instructional resources to introduce the following National Curriculum Standards.
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Eliza Russell has over 30 years’ experience developing educational programs for adults, families, and students. Focused on building programs designed to provide interactive and experiential learning, which supports curriculum learning objectives. Ms. Russell has worked at a variety of institutions highlighting education as a framework for engagement with visitors. These include Port Discovery Children’s Museum in Baltimore, MD; US Holocaust Museum in Washington DC and Women’s Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, NY. Most recently, Ms. Russell served as the Director of Education nationally for the National Wildlife Federation overseeing its community and school programs. Ms. Russell has designed and implemented with her team the current educational strategies and programs at the NASCAR Hall of Fame focused on enhancing student engagement by utilizing real-world learning applications of NASCAR. She is a graduate of the State University of New York at Oswego.