Whitney Ford-Terry
Class of 2010

"Work study opportunities, internships, and practicums provided me with the invaluable experience of working in my chosen field with the academic support of the Museology Program. Having a creative job and working while still being in school created a laboratory of ideas in which even my failed experiments proved useful and enriching."

ideas on how we can incorporate twitter into @uwmuseology class assignments? 2 years 21 weeks ago
@PopUpMuseum how's DC treating u?... Any exciting tails to share about the Spark! Labs thus far? 2 years 22 weeks ago
Excited to talk w some @FryeArtMuseum reps today about how they value the eval work we've done with them over the last 2 years! 2 years 22 weeks ago
@aeaweb hope some of our students apply for this great AEA360 blog internship! http://t.co/E75ZBz3k 2 years 22 weeks ago
Don't forget to come to our Alumni Picnic tonight @burkemuseum cafe outdoors! Start at 6pm, good food, drink and talk! 2 years 22 weeks ago
mtg. @PacSci to talk about science on a sphere evaluation! Can't wait to see alum @LechatnoR in action! 2 years 23 weeks ago
we just need 8 more likes on our facebook page till we get to 200! Keep it goin and spread the word to other alumni! https://t.co/JyT9uxSP 2 years 23 weeks ago
Great things happening w @SeattleAquarium and audience research & evaluation! Excited for our project this year! 2 years 23 weeks ago
@incluseum I think you need to get non prof status and start giving grants! 2 years 24 weeks ago
Excited to meet w Justine Berk the new education evaluator @SeattleAquarium, well see what partnerships we can come up with! 2 years 24 weeks ago