Dr. Stumpf-Carome Awarded Teaching Fellowship at the Cleveland Museum of Art
Associate Professor Jeanne Marie Stumpf-Carome was awarded the Connie Towson Ford Teaching Fellowship from the Cleveland Museum of Art for the 2018-19 academic year. The Teaching Fellowship begins in July and will continue through the year.
The stated goals of the Fellowship are to:
- Explore methodologies of gallery teaching and object-based learning experiences.
- Work with colleagues to experiment, innovate, and push the boundaries of gallery-based experiences.
- Develop an action-based research question or project incorporating an aspect of object-based teaching.
- Develop a collaborative gallery-based experience completed before the end of the 2017-2018 school year. This gallery-based experience may serve the Fellow’s own students or may include a museum audience via a public museum program.
Congratulations to Dr. Stumpf-Carome!