Teaching ARTC464, Undergraduate Internship in Ceramics Conservation at the University of Delaware
Graduate (MSc) University College London (2014-2016)
MSc in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums Year 2 (2015-2016)
10-month Internship Placement, the British Museum, Department of Ceramics, Glass, and Metals Conservation
Dissertation: Stuck on B-72: Assessing the Decision-Making Processes Involved in Choosing Ceramic Consolidants
Year 1 (2014-2015)
Practical lab and hand skill training
Graduate (MA) UNiversity College London (2013-2014)
MA in the Principles of Conservation
Dissertation: Collaborative Compromises? Assessing the Impact of American Repatriation Laws on the Conservation of Cultural Heritage
While working on my MA, I volunteered in the London Natural History Museum Conservation Department, the Institute of Archaeology Collections (left, top), and UCL Museums and Collections (left, bottom image).
Poster Presentation "Helping to Restore More than Artefacts: Participatory Conservation after the Haitian Earthquake" at the Conservation and Development Research Network Conference: The Impact of Cross-Disciplinary Conservation on Social Development, 16-17 May, 2014.
Undergraduate, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2009-2013)
BA in History and Anthropology, Summa cum laude Certificates: Material Culture and European Studies
Senior History Seminar Paper: Live Your Adventure: Eddie Bauer and Post-War Masculinity, nominated for 2014 University of Wisconsin-Madison History Department Undergraduate Paper Award
Throughout my undergraduate I worked at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Anthropology Collections (2010-2014), the Wisconsin Veterans Museum (2012-2013), the Milwaukee Public Museum (2009, 2011). I also worked on an exhibit for the National Museum of American History in one of my material culture classes.