Congratulations to our graduates for the 2015-2016 Academic Year!
Sarah Beth Bormann
Teen Programs: Engaging Adolescents in the Museum Setting
Emma Palakika James
Translating Theory Into Practice: Defining Digital Preservation Planning in Museums; Department Honoree, 2016 Distinguished Graduate Student Award. Emma is working as Registrar for Art Services at the Minnesota Street Project.
Katie Paquitta Kime
National Park Service Museums as Models for Collections Planning. Katie is now Executive Assistant at the diRosa in Napa Valley.
Reconciling Fundraising Practice and Collection Stewardship in Cultivation Events
New Life for Old Collections: Managing Legacy Collections in US Museums
Sofia Noelle Mercier
Beyond the Museum: Public Art and Community Engagement
Rebecca Rhianne Ramirez
Curatorial Practices to Exhibiting Popular Music History in Music Museums. Rebecca is Membership and Volunteer Coordinator at the Humboldt Botanical Garden.
The Evolving Museum: Going Green in Collections Management Practice and Policy
Alyssa Marie Torres
Archives in Action: Investigating the Management of Museum Archives. Alyssa was accepted into the Master's in Library Science program at San José State University's School of Information.
Mary Alice Yeh
Evaluating Accessibility and Efficiency of Museums' Online Teacher Resources. Mary presented her research at SF State's Graduate Showcase, April 2016.