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WUDPAC Class of 2019 Fellow Keara Teeter applying consolidant to a painting at the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Lunder Conservation Centre during her third-year internship.
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The entire third year (or internship year) is spent under the supervision and mentoring of conservation professional(s) at one or more host institution(s) or private laboratories, where the student functions as a cooperative and productive staff member. The fundamental objectives of this year are to broaden the student's exposure to specialty object problems and treatments, refine hand skills, build confidence in object assessment, decision-making, and analytical abilities, and to improve report-writing skills. Monthly and bi-monthly reports are submitted by the students to their faculty supervisors and members of their advisory committees, who regularly review the progress of the internship through these reports and personal contact. At the end of the third year, students submit a portfolio and present formal 30-minute talks that summarize their work, which includes the second summer work project and the third-year internship. Oral examination by the faculty advisory committee is also required to satisfactorily complete degree requirements for a Master of Science in Art Conservation.
After completion of the third year, a student should demonstrate: