In Spring 2015, Sanchita Balachandran, the Archaeological Museum’s Curator/Conservator, taught an interactive, hands on course titled Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics (AS.389.335). In collaboration with expert ceramics artists, including Matthew Hyleck and Cami Ascher at Baltimore Clayworks, thirteen undergraduate students and one graduate student assistant at Johns Hopkins. The course attempted to recreate one of the most […]
The Johns Hopkins Center for Social Concern and the Community Based Learning Advisory Board has awarded the Crenson-Hertz Award for Community Based Learning and Participatory Research to Dr. Elizabeth Rodini.The Crenson-Hertz Award was established to honor and reward efforts in enhancing the curricular connections between the community and the university. Dr. Rodini was nomintaed for her […]
Museums and Society students Allison McCoskey, Taylor Alessio, Molly Martell, and Alison Trettor recently presented at The Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum’s Third Student Symposium, on April 11th, which featured the research work on objects in the museum collection by both undergraduate and graduate students.