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Our Remarkable Art History Undergrads

Published April 26, 2013

UG sidebarArt History undergraduates are making their mark in the coming months in museums, international programs and graduate schools around the world. To name just a few:

Stephanie Asqueri has been accepted to Montclair State University’s Fine Arts Museum Management  Master’s program.

Caryn Burns is interning at the Asheville Art Museum.

Erin Carney will spend a year in Germany as a Congress-Bundestag Exchange Program participant, followed by two years as a New York Teach for America corps member.

Danielle Carter has an education internship at the Princeton University Art Museum.

Sarah Daiker will intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the Cloisters Summer Internship Program in museum education.

Jane Hamel has accepted a marketing and membership job at the Tallahassee Museum.

Sarah Luchaker will serve two internships in New York this summer,  with the marketing department of  BRIC Arts| Media in Brooklyn and with Brant Publications’ advertising department for Arts in America MagazineAntiques, and Modern Magazine.

Shannon Nortz will be an education intern at the Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida this summer.

Michelle Roberts has been accepted into the Photography MA program at Sotheby’s Institute of Art London.

Danielle Steele will intern at the Smithsonian American Art Museum this summer.

Maggie Stern has been accepted into the University of British Columbia’s Critical Curatorial Studies MA program with an Audain Foundation Graduate Fellowship.

Jasmine VanWeelden has just completed an internship at the British Museum, where she assisted in developing educational resources for schools through the Samsung Digital Discovery Centre.

Alex Zastera will intern at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach this summer.