Museology Master of Arts Program

Students’ Theses

April 6, 2021

Where the Wild Things Learn: Creating a Junior Ranger Book for Mammoth Cave National Park using Informal and Environmental Education Best Practices

Project Thesis by Logan Wegmeyer

Influence of an Art Museum Visit on Individuals’ Psychological and Physiological Indicators of Stress

Research Thesis by Kristina Ter-Kazarian

Supporting Religious Literacy through Interpretive Planning at the Northwest African American Museum

Project Thesis by Melody Smith

Exploring Climate Change and Community Engagement in the Museum

Research Thesis by Danielle Sakowski

Decolonizing the Narrative: Preserving Oral History in a Diasporic Community

Project Thesis by Felicia Rova-Chamroeun

Examining the Small History Museum’s Impact on Place Identity

Research Thesis by Grant Rommel

Developing an Online Evaluation Capacity Building Course for Bellevue Arts Museum

Project Thesis by Morgan Romero

Decision-Making at the Executive Level: How Boards of Trustees and Search Firms Hire Art Museum Executive Directors

Research Thesis by Devin Riley

Stories of Our Nuclear Past and Present: Creation of Interactive Visualizations through Engagement with Downwinder Communities

Project Thesis by Kate Norgon

Growing Social Media in Small Museums: Raising Organizational Awareness

Project Thesis by Angeline Nesbit

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