“While I didn’t major in Communications: Media Studies, I did take a great deal of the media studies courses because they met with some of my core requirements. I found the program to be very useful. The professors came from a variety of backgrounds and different countries, giving me an expansive exposure to different ideas and concepts. The curriculum also helped me later on in my professional life. The demanding course material fostered a strong work ethic and drive that I have since carried into my working life.
Since graduating from Richmond, I have had the amazing opportunity to intern and work for institutions like The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, The Smithsonian’s branch in Pittsburgh, The Senator John Heinz History Center and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City.
I have had the remarkable responsibility of working for global film festivals and conducting research in world renowned archives.
“I truly believe my time at Richmond aided me in my ability to perform the tasks and jobs I have held since graduating.”