2020 Graduates

Museum Studies 2020 M.A. Graduates

Eli Beutel, Thesis, “Sharing the Nation’s Attic: Affiliate Museums and The Smithsonian Affiliate Program.”

Antonio Campos, Examination Research Area: “How Have Museums in the United States Used and Shaped the Category of ‘Latin American/Latino Art’ to Organize Exhibitions?”

Maya Colbert, Examination Research Area: “How Can Museums Partner with Communities to Develop Exhibits in a Meaningful Way, and What Are the Challenges and Benefits?”

Simone Enderlin, Thesis: “The Socially Conscious Museum: Using Empathy in Museum Learning.”

Kathya Lopez, Examination Research Area: “Museums Field Trips and Title I Schools.”

Allison Marotta, Thesis: “Developing Museum Collections Strategically: Collections Planning in Museums.”

Ashley Rits, Examination Research Area: “What are the Changing Demands for Museum Leaders Today and How is the Profession Responding?”

Sara Roberts, Creative Work Project: “Violins Of Hope: San Francisco Bay Area,’ an Exhibit presented at the War Memorial Veterans Building in the Veterans Gallery January 17--March 15, 2020.

Vivian Tong, Thesis, “Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion in American Museums.”

Individual Museum Studies graduate images against turquoise background

Museum Studies 2020 Minor Graduates

Higino Angel Zarate Abrajano

Karla Berjikian

Sydney M Duncan

Zachary Michael Mos

Jazmin Olvera

Gabriela Irene Perez

Chloe Esther Perez-Perez

Heather Lee Peviani

Julia Isabelle Pichay

Alisa Polischuk

Emily Joy Schueler

Alexandra Mia Smith

Edan Joshua Tianco

George Tinoco

Erik Federico Zuniga

Undergraduates outside next to firepit on campus

Safety First! Museum Studies minors receive the famous annual fire extinguisher training here with the help of M.A. students.