Jen Rokoski (MA, 2015)
Jen is the Assistant to the Program of Meetings and Publications at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA) at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. She manages marketing for the department through e-announcements and website updates, maintains the alumni database, and works closely with the Associate Dean to organize lectures, symposia, and colloquia for fellows. She is also the rights and reproductions coordinator for all CASVA publications and co-coordinates the annual Center report.
Natalie Pretzman (MA, 2015)
I was accepted into Ohio State’s PhD program with full funding and I’ve just started that this semester. I’m studying late nineteenth century German and Russian art (with a focus on Symbolism) under Andrew Shelton and Lisa Florman. A current research project is on androgyny in Late nineteenth century German art. I’m also teaching two survey recitations along with taking classes of my own.
Casey Monda (MA, 2016)
Teaching freshman art history survey course covering Ancient Greece through the 18th Century at the Cleveland Institute of Art
Heather Cook (MA 2014)
Head of Education and Visitor Experience at The Wolfsonian-Florida International University, a museum that focuses on modern art and design (promoted from Public Programs Manager)
Anne Trenholme (MA 2012)
Acquisitions and Collection Development Librarian, Ingalls Library, Cleveland Museum of Art, responsible for building the library’s collection of monographs and rare materials. Started a library degree (MLIS) at Kent in 2014 and should graduate next spring (2017).
Ruowan (Lucy) Yan (MA 2016)
Assistant Registrar, Cleveland Museum of Art
Laura Ziewitz (MA 2015)