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On the 50th anniversary of Museum Studies, an alumni gallery

Submitted on Thursday, August 29, 2019

Over the past half-century, Museum Studies grads have made their marks across Canada and around the world. They can be found in the public and private spheres, shaping policy and striking out on their own. These profiles, which were written to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Museum Studies (1969 – 2019),  give just a taste of what our alumni are up to

Erica Chi (above) graduates to corporate collecting on Bay Street (Class of ’19)

Erin Canning puts double Master’s to work for Aga Khan (Class of ’18)

Louise Skidmore understands conflicts of interest (Class of ’04)

Deborah Potter takes care of the Tate (Class of ’00)

Janet Reid welcomes the next generation (Class of ’94)

Rebecca Duclos, the Yes Woman (Class of ’93)

Megan Richardson, Virtual museum director (Class of ’90)

Joshua Stoff was in the right place at the right time with the right degree (Class of ’82)

Nancy Kirkpatrick‘s cross-border career (Class of ’79)

John Adams hits his stride with popular walking tour company (Class of ’76)