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Telvin Wallace (North Carolina Central University), a student in UD's Two-week Introduction to Practical Conservation (TIP-C) program, a summer program held in collaboration with the HBCU Alliance of Museums and Galleries, working on a painting by Jimmie Mosely Sr. for the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. (Image: Evan Krape/UD)
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WUDPAC Fellow Leah Bright challenges
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation President Earl
Lewis to find her toned Japanese tissue repairs on
a late-19th-century Tlingit spruce root basket
during his recent visit to the UD campus.
We are grateful for the many federal agencies, foundations, corporations, membership organizations, and individuals who have generously supported the education and training of future conservation professionals. Our program is supported by grants from the Ahmanson Foundation, the Annette Kade Charitable Trust, the Bay Foundation, the Brunschwig & Fils Corporation, the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, the Chichester duPont Foundation, Conservation Resources Inc., the Crystal Trust, Eastman Kodak Company, the Getty Foundation, the Gould Foundation, the Karen & Leo Gutmann Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America, Nielsen Bainbridge Corporation, the International Questers, the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, the Sloan Foundation, the Society of Winterthur Fellows, Tru Vue, UNIDEL Foundation, University Products Inc., the University of Delaware Office of Women Affairs, and a number of individual patrons and donors.