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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.
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An average of 12 students per year graduate from our undergraduate program. Since 1994:
Recent alumni (and their positions as of fall 2021) include:
Class of 2021: Sean Billups (intern at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library), Miriam-Helene Rudd (graduate student, Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation), Caitlyn Stewart (graduate student, Drexel University Masters in Library and Information Studies), Claudia VanderClute (graduate student, Northumbria University Program in Paintings Conservation), and Brittany Bednash (jeweler, Tiffany & Company).
Class of 2020: Philip De Paola (conservation technician, Smithsonian National Museum of American History), Olivia Jaeger (quality control analyst, Noramco), Sara Leonowitz (graduate student, West Dean College Program in Book Conservation), and Kelsey Marino (intern at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, Paintings Conservation).
Class of 2019: Vivien Barnett (curatorial and collections assistant, Maryland Center for History and Culture), Annabelle Camp (graduate student, Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation), Rachel Dunscomb (doctoral candidate, University of Minnesota), Emma Heath (graduate student at University College London, MA in Artefact Studies), AnnaLivia McCarthy (conservation technician, Albertson & Nunan Inc.), and Raychelle Osnato (collections specialist, The Metropolitan Museum of Art).
Class of 2018: Erin Cunningham (Department Manager, Anthropologie), Olivia-Jane Haslam (Assistant Conservator, Mariners' Museum and Park), Savannah Kruguer (social media coordinator at LBX Immersive, Inc.), Taylor Pearlstein (grants management specialist, National Park Service), Greta Sweeney (graduate student, Cardiff University), Abigail Thompson (conservation technician, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration), and Elizabeth van Winkle (law student, Rutgers University Law School).
Class of 2017: David Brickhouse (collections management intern at Arts in Transit, Inc.), Gabrielle Dawley (cataloger, Nadeau's Auction Gallery), Jacquelyn Esposito (account manager, Maquette Fine Art Services), Yu-Chi Wang (foreign planning unit at Wandakang Co, Ltd.), and Nell Weaver (production assistant, Lewes Lettering Co.).
Class 2016: Laura Campbell (associate attorney at Locke Lord LLP, Art Law), Adrienne Gendron (graduate student in the conservation program, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University), Remy Kneski (Collections Officer, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences), Boxi Liu (doctoral student, Bard Graduate Center), Laura Mosco (special education teacher, Uncommon Schools), and Elyssa Wallace (client and community relations specialist, PNC Bank).
Class of 2015: Emily Cummins (objects conservation fellow, Toledo Museum of Art).
(UD 2017 and WUDPAC 2020) and Amanda Kasman (UD 2018 and WUDPAC 2021) worked
together to conserve a dollhouse at Winterthur Museum. Image by Evan Krape.
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UD undergrad alumna Clara Curran patching a neoprene curtain by Izhar
Patkin at MoMA