B.S. in Historic Preservation (cum laude) and B.A. in History (cum laude) with a minor in German from Southeast Missouri State University.
B.A. in African and African-American Studies from the University of Kansas.
B.S. in Historic Preservation and B.A. in Global Cultures & Languages: French Language Option (honors) from Southeast Missouri State University.
B.A. in Anthropology with a minor in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas.
B.A. in Anthropology (Socio-Cultural) and minors in Spanish and Art History (honors) from the University of North Texas.
B.A. in History from Pittsburg State University, 2017, Cum Laude Departmental Academic Honors. In addition to pursuing my master's degree in Museum Studies, I am pursuing graduate certificates in American Studies and Historic Preservation. My area of interests include the American South, difficult histories, popular culture, race and ethnicity, social movements and groups, fraternities and sororities, monuments, memorials, and cemeteries.
Sarah Fulton has a bachelor of arts in Journalism and Mass Communication and a bachelor of arts in History from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Her career desire is to work with small and local history museums to help them connect with their community. Other interests include all things BBC, baking and travel.
B.S. in Business Administration (Accounting) and minor in Anthropology from Kansas State University.
B.A. in Anthropology and History from the University of Kansas.
B.A. in Anthropology and History with a minor in East Asian Studies (honors) from Kansas State University.
B.A. in Public History from Western Michigan University (honors).
Molly Nevius is the Learning Committees Coordinator at the Spencer Museum of Art, where she helps facilitate art integration into regional K-12 classrooms. In March 2019, she received fist place in the Liberal Arts Oral Presentation Division of the University of South Florida annual Student Showcase for Projects, Innovation, and Research for her presentation, “Swings of the Pendulum: Why Lee Krasner Matters.” Nevius has worked in arts administration for fourteen years, spearheading Studio 2030 and Breakthrou Marketing, and now looks to transition to a career in museum leadership and strategic planning.
B.A. in Anthropology from Northern Kentucky University; current master's student in Anthropology at the University of Kansas.
Melissa graduated from Ithaca College with a B.A. in Anthropology and minor in Art History (honors). She is interested in collections management, especially regarding issues related to the representation of marginalized communities and the preservation of their material culture, as well as pop culture within museums, more broadly.
Kiera graduated from Texas A&M University with a B.A. in History. She is specializing in collections management and curation. Her area of interests are imperial collections and researching how museums can use their collections to highlight underrepresented narratives throughout history.
B.S. in History (cum laude) from Iowa State University.
Anna graduated with a B.S. in Geobiology (honors) from Pennsylvania State University. She is specializing in collections management and curation, and is continuing her paleontology research through an affiliation with the Biodiversity Institute. Her career goal is to become a curator in a natural history museum. In her free time, she enjoys watching hockey.
Museum Studies graduate certificate student; currently pursuiing a Ph.D. in English with a concentration in Rhetoric and Composition at the University of Kansas.
Ashleigh attended Arizona State University where she earned her bachelor's in Museum Studies. She has interned at various museums, including Arizona State University Art Museum, Phoenix Art Museum and the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum. She is primarily interested in pursuing a career in collections management, particularly in an art museum or gallery. Her interests include impressionist art, singing and Star Wars.