Our majors and minors have gone on to pursue advanced degrees in fields such as art history, visual studies, architecture, museum studies, urban planning, and historic preservation. They have also enrolled in graduate programs in other fields, such as law, English, anthropology, education, theology, and library science. Recent job placements include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, private art galleries, law firms, and various schools and universities. Below, please find some of the profiles and news of recent alumni.
GEORGIA WESTBROOK (BA 2018) is currently pursuing her MS in Library and Information Science at the iSchool at Syracuse University. She is also a graduate assistant in the Learning Commons at Bird Library.
JOHANNA BOYES (BA 2018) is currently living in Madrid and teaching English to elementary students.
COLIN ROTH (BA 2017) received an MA in the History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2018. He is currently a lecturer in Art History at Finger Lakes Community College.
ROBBIE OAKES (BA 2017) is currently pursuing his JD at the University of Houston Law Center.
HA LEEM RO (BA 2017) is currently attending New York University in London, working towards an MA in Historical and Sustainable Architecture. She will begin her MS in Historic Preservation at the University of Pennsylvania in fall 2019.
BONA PARK (BA 2013) received an MA in Art Management from Seoul National University in 2018. She is currently working at the Hoam Art Museum in Korea.
KATERINA ACUNA (BA 2011) worked in development operations with the Global Heritage Fund, a San Francisco-based non-profit focused on international cultural heritage preservation and community development. Then, she enrolled in a Master's Degree program at the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, majoring in objects conservation with an interest in ethnographic materials.