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MuseWeekly Hits 6,000 Subscribers!

MuseWeekly is our curated compilation of jobs, internships, and other professional opportunities and we are excited that it is reaching more people than ever! Thank you to all our subscribers and the dedicated graduate...

2019 E. Lynn Stewart Internships Announced

The History Department is excited to announce this year’s E. Lyman Stewart Internships. These are competitive paid opportunities for history graduate and undergraduate students. Below you will find links to the application forms for...

Sustaining Places Updated

Thanks to the enthusiastic efforts of this fall’s section of our core graduate seminar MSST 600, Sustaining Places (www.sustainingplaces.com ) is getting a new look and many new resources with useful annotations.  Let us...

Undergraduates Review Delaware Museums

In the Spring 2018 offering of MSST 203 Introduction to Museums, our colleague Jennifer Van Horn introduced a unique assignment. She invited her students to visit Delaware and area museums and write reviews with...

Summer Internships, Had Me A Blast!

Summer internships, happened so fast! With Autumn officially upon us, a number of Museum Studies graduate students have wrapped up summer internships in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania, and shared with us a brief snapshot...

The Skies the Limit at AMC!

Spending his summer “[experiencing] how the past, present, and future collide,” at the Air Mobility Command Museum, sophomore Justin Richards’ internship proved to be an educational and inspiring one. He was able to spend...

Cultural Extension

The University of Delaware’s Museum Studies Program trains students through hands-on experiences in courses, service projects and internships. We are also committed to supporting the museum community of Delaware and the region, especially the...

Edward Porter Alexander

The Edward Porter Alexander Fund

Dr. Edward Porter Alexander (January 11, 1907 – July 31, 2003) was an American historian, museum administrator, educator and author. He served for nearly 30 years as vice-president for interpretation at Colonial Williamsburg (1946–1972)...