1. Turtles in Trouble Exhibit

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    Exhibit held at the MSU Museum Shot and Edited by: Orieanna Greathouse Music: Title: Perspective By: Kevin MacLeod www.imcompetech.com

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    • MSU Museum Family Day Event

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      Shot and Edited by Orieanna Greathouse Music: Title: CareFree By: Kevin MacLeod www.imcompetech.com

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      • Beyond the Rails: Notes on Trains, Travel and Society

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        Over the course of two semesters, students from Miami Dade College and New World School of the Arts participated in a unique program in museum studies. They learned about museums, the proper care and handling of art objects and, as their final project, curated and installed exhibition on the subject of trains and rail travel.

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        • Why study in Siena?

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          • UNSEEN ENEMY: WAR STORIES IN PUBLIC SPACES

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            For further details about this video, please visit: http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/conversations/archive2014/unseen_enemy/

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            • UF SA+AH: Looking at Photographs - History of Photography class visits the Harn Museum

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              January 27, 2014 - Professor Glenn Willumson's Art History course, History of Photography visits the Harn Museum of Art to learn about traditional photographic processes/prints and to explore a part of the museum's photography collection. For more information on UF's Art History and Museum Studies programs, please vitis: arts.ufl.edu/art/ Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art: harn.ufl.edu/ Video: Emelie Johansson Music: The Lights Galaxia

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              • Museum Leadership Online Open House

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                Dr. Rice will take you through a day in the life of a museum director and introduce you to the ways that Drexel’s new Master’s level Museum Leadership Program can prepare you for a position of decisive authority. Museum Leadership program director Dr. Danielle Rice brings a wealth of experience as a museum educator and former museum director. She has served as executive director of the Delaware Art Museum, associate director for programs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and head of education at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Conn., and the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. Dr. Rice has authored and produced interpretive exhibitions, interactive computer programs, kiosks and websites and random access audio tours. She holds a doctorate in the history of art from Yale University (1979) and a bachelor’s degree from Wellesley College (1973) and is the recipient of numerous awards.

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                • The History Education Network's 4th Annual Regional Conference, 2013

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                  THEN/HiER's 4th Annual Regional Conference brought together graduate students, professors, teachers, museum educators and community members. Topics included issues of historical consciousness; indigenous knowledges; and inclusive, community-based museology. In addition to speakers, there were break-out sessions led by graduate students which explored how museums can connect with social studies/history curricula and historical consciousness, using multiple perspectives in history education, indigenous histories, and the practices of participatory museology. Speakers include Terry Point, Researcher/Community Outreach/Curator, Musqueam Cultural Centre; Jennifer Kramer, Curator, Pacific Northwest, Museum of Anthropology and Associate Professor, Anthropology, UBC; Viviane Gosselin, Curator of Contemporary Issues, Museum of Vancouver; Jill Baird, Curator, Education/Public Programs, Museum of Anthropology, UBC; Emily Ooi, Educational Programs Coordinator and Kimberly Baker, Programs Facilitator, Museum of Richmond; and Madeline Knickerbocker, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Simon Fraser University. Doctoral candidates Elsa Lenz Kothe (UBC), Heather McGregor (UBC), and Kate Zankowicz (OISE/UT) introduce speakers. Henry Charles, Musqueam Elder, provides a welcome to the Musqueam Territory. Includes opening remarks by Penney Clark, UBC Professor and THEN/HiER Director.

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                  • HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY - Dr. Johnnetta Cole, Museum Studies

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                    HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY -- Dr. Johnnetta Cole, Museum Studies -- Guest: Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole, Director, National Museum of African Art, The Smithsonian Institution. Your connection to contemporary issues, people, and institutions involved in the world of higher education. HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY is produced by the University of the District of Columbia; host is educational consultant and author Steven Roy Goodman.

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                    • 2013 Careers Networking Session: Graeme Were

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                      Dr Graeme Were, Convenor, Museum Studies Postgraduate Programme, University of Queensland M&GSQ presented a free Careers Networking Session in the Level 2 Seminar Room, 381 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley on Thursday 4 July from 3pm-5pm. It was followed by informal networking over refreshments.

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