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Kelsey Wingel (UD 2014 and WUDPAC 2018) and Ellen Nigro (UD 2013 and WUDPAC 2018) conserve Benjamin Constant murals at the Ames Webster Mansion in Boston on a summer internship with Gianfranco Pocobene.


One-third go on to attend conservation graduate programs

An average of 12 students per year graduate from our undergraduate program. Since 1994:

  • 35% (74/181) have gone on to conservation graduate programs in the US, Canada, or EuropeCurrently 5% (11/181) are in the pipeline, interning and preparing to apply to conservation programs
  • another 22% (47/181) have gone into related fields such as museum collection management, museum education, historic preservation or libraries
  • 23% (49/181) have changed fields entirely going into, for instance, medicine, law, software development, business analyst, or teaching

​UD undergrad alumna Clara Curran patching a neoprene curtain by Izhar

Patkin at MoMA​

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  • The Department of Art Conservation
  • 303 Old College
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-3489