Museum Studies Students & Alum Awarded AAM Fellowships
Congratulations to our students and alum – Rachael Burrum, Nelleke Mack, Sandy McCann, Monica Miller, and Jada Wright-Greene who have been awarded Fellowships to the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) conference in Seattle May 18-21!
This year’s AAM conference is dedicated to “The Innovation Edge”. Evolving technology plays a central role in the 21st-century museum. Industry leaders come together at this annual conference to engage and collaborate on innovative models in conservation, exhibition, and more.
The AAM offers Fellowships to diverse leaders from across the industry to attend the conference and participate in enrichment activities. This year, the AAM awarded 68 fellowships and scholarships. Recipients are from 14 countries, 19 states, and our home base of DC!
- Rachael Burrum, curator of education, White River Valley Museum, Auburn, Washington
- Nelleke Mack, head of visitor services, Farnsworth Art Museum & Wyeth Center, Rockland, Maine
- Sandra McCann, content developer, San Diego Natural History Museum
- Monica Miller, executive director, Gallery One Visual Arts Center, Ellensburg, Washington
- Jada Wright-Greene, Houston
Click here to learn more about the conference and Fellowship program. We hope to see many of our students and alumni in attendance!
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