Congratulations to Dr. Rebecca M. Brown, Associate Professor in the History of Art and Chair of AAP’s Museum Studies and Cultural Heritage Management programs, on the publication of her newest book, Displaying Time: The Many Temporalities of the Festival of India (University of Washington Press, 2017).
Climate change has been recognized by the Master of Arts in Cultural Heritage Management program at Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs as a significant threat to both the world’s natural and cultural heritage. The majority of climate scientists agree that the change in the world’s climate is a result of human action, these changes read more…
Our MA in Museum Studies students, who attended the San Diego two-week onsite seminar, collaborated with the Museum of Man in Balboa Park and Cuseum for a hands-on learning experience. One of their core projects focused on producing mobile content and thematic tours for visitors to the San Diego Museum of Man.
Advanced Academic Programs’ MA in Museum Studies student, Taliaferro Jones, has art work on view at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington, in the exhibition “Into the Deep,” which was recently reviewed by The Daily World. “Into the Deep” Exhibition exploring water web page.
Museum Studies student Craig Hadley will be the new Executive Director of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association
MA in Museum Studies student Craig Hadley will be the new executive director of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association. Hadley has worked for museums across the country for the past 20 years, in several capacities. He has consulted for the History Channel and the BBC on several historical programs.
MA in Museum Studies faculty member Melissa Levine, CRMS Principal Investigator and Lead Copyright Officer at the University of Michigan Library, publishes Finding the Public Domain: Copyright Review Management System Toolkit, a resource dedicated to helping others understand the Copyright Review Management System (CRMS) and implement similar copyright review projects.
Acclaimed Author Charles C. Mann announced as John Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Master’s Degree Ceremony speaker More than 450 graduates to attend ceremony Critically acclaimed author and journalist Charles C. Mann has been selected as the Class of 2016 graduation speaker for the Johns Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and read more…
Museum Studies Alumni Kristy van Hoven and Loni Wellman Have Published a Book on Recruiting and Managing Volunteers in Museums
Master of Arts in Museum Studies alumni Kristy van Hoven and Loni Wellman have published a book on Recruiting and Managing Volunteers in Museums: A Handbook for Volunteer Management. This new book is a practical exploration and solid advice on volunteer recruitment, communication, and retention strategies.
by Phyllis Hecht, Museum Studies, Director Building a strong sense of community may not be the first thing you think about in an online program, however it is a priority for us in our Museum Studies online master’s degree program. As you might imagine, our students are very busy—they have their work, their personal lives, read more…
Dr. Sarah Chicone, assistant director of the Master of Arts in Museum Studies, was quoted in the New York Times article, “Life in the Slow Lane, Still a Draw for Heritage Fans” by Robert Strauss (March 14, 2016).
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