A few weeks ago a (new) masterpiece was born. Thanks to Dr. Edney, Peter Kent, and Bryan Geary for organizing, producing, and directing the video, as well as to all the students and alums who participated in the filming. Check it out in the link below!
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Monday, July 6, 2015
Graduation came and went, and, like usual, I was a little slow on updating the blog. If we learned anything about nostalgia this year in our capstone seminar, however, is that distance makes the heart grow fonder. This year, the award for Excellence in Public Heritage went to Benjamin Remillard. Check out some of the pictures below to see Ben, Kerry, and the Sarahs enjoying their last moments in the sunlight that is graduate school....at least for the time being of course.
As for their plans for the future: Kerry will begin pursuing her second Master's degree (this time in library science) at Rutgers starting in the fall; Sarah Vedrani is currently enjoying an archaeology field school through the Strawberry Banke Museum; and Sarah Sedman and Ben are both currently looking for work as high school history teachers before they eventually return to school to pursue their PhDs.
Enjoy the summer, everyone!
From Left: Dr Florio, Ben Remillard, Kerry Pintabona,
Sarah Vedrani, Sarah Sedman, and Dean Asadoorian.
Sarah being hooded by Dr Florio on the left, Kerry on the right
Above, The gang on their way to graduate!
Below, Sarah Sedman, Sarah Vedrani, and Kerry Pintabona after their graduation