• C.W. Markham

      C.W. Markham (MA, 2004) is the Developement Director for Roanoke Symphony Orchestra in Roanoke, Virginia.

  • Joan Marter

      Dr. Joan Marter, one of the first students to receive BA in Art History at Temple (1968, magna cum laude), is Distinguished Professor of Art History at Rutgers University. Named to the “Board of Governors” at Rutgers, she is the recipient of many prestigious awards and grants, including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Women’s Caucus for Art and a Temple University Diamond Achievement Award in the Humanities.

      Dr. Marter has written and edited scores of books and catalogues, organized exhibitions, published articles and book chapters, overseen symposia and panels, and lectured and given papers widely. Highlights include editor of the 2011, 5-volume Grove Encyclopedia of American Art, which earned an “Outstanding Reference Source Award” from the American Library Association, editor and principal essayist of the catalogue and exhibition, Off Limits: Rutgers University and the Avant-Garde, 1957-63, and editor of Abstract Expressionism: The International Context from 2007. Her 1997 show, Women and Abstract Expressionism, was honored by the International Association of Art Critics. Dr. Marter is Editor of the Woman’s Art Journal and has been Director of the Certificate Program in Curatorial Studies at Rutgers for 17 years.


  • Rachel McCay

      Rachel McCay (MA, 2013) is an assistant curator at the Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia

  • Tamryn McDermott

      Tamryn McDermott (MA, 2005) currently teaches sculpture as an adjunct professor at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. In 2015, McDermott received an MFA in fibers and sculpture from the University of Missouri. In 2005, McDermott completed an MA in Art History and Arts Administration at Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University where she also received a BFA in Sculpture and Painting. McDermott has exhibited her artwork at the Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA; University of St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO; and the Crane Arts, Ice Box Project Space, Philadelphia, PA, among many others.  McDermott was the Fiber Artist-in-Residence at the Craft Alliance in St. Louis, MO in 2015.  She was Director of Admissions for Tyler School 2016-18, and now works for Penn State.

  • Rebecca McEwen

      Rebecca McEwen (MA, 2018) is the Office Assistant for the School of Continuing Studies at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

  • Barbara McNulty

      Dr. Barbara McNulty (PhD, 2010) is director of the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery at Lebanon Valley College in Annville Pennsylvania. She was awarded a Temple University Dissertation Completion grant in 2009 for he dissertation entitled “Cypriot Donor Portraiture: Constructing the Ideal Family,” which interpreted Crusader- and Renaissance-era wall paintings with a focus on families, women and children.  An article, "The Panel Painting as a Choice for Family Commemoration: The Case of 15th-Century Patrons on Cyprus," appears in Memorializing the Middle Classes in Medieval and Renaissance Europe. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Culture (2018).

  • Melissa Miguelez

      Melissa Miguelez (BA, 2013) completed her Masters (MSt.) in History of Art and Visual Culture at Kellogg College, Oxford University with Distinction. She is currently teaching in the Council Rock School District and as an adjunct professor in the Art History Dept at Rowan University.

  • Allyson Mitchell

      Allyson Mitchell (BA, 2010) is currently the Outreach Programs Manager for the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Throughout her professional and scholastic careers, she has focused on how technology can act as a bridge to connect formal and informal educational spaces and programs. At the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Allyson is responsible for the revamping and coordinating all of their Distance Learning and Loan Box Programs. Prior to joining the Penn Museum, she served as the Curator of Education at the Delaware History Museum, where she created a new Distance Learning studio and supporting programs. Allyson has held a variety of positions within the Education Department at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where she continues to volunteer her time in the Wachovia Education Resource Center. She graduated with honors from Tyler School of Art and Architecture at Temple University with a BA in Art History and earned a MA in Museum Education at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia (2013). 

  • Margaret Morse

      Margaret Morse (BA, 1995) received her PhD from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2006, where she studied 15th and 16th century Italian Art. She is currently an Associate Professor of Art History at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. Margaret is currently working on a book titled, "The Arts of Domestic Devotion in Renaissance Venice: Rituals, Spaces and Goods." 

  • Anne H. Muraoka

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    • Anne H. Muraoka (PhD, 2009) specializing in Italian Renaissance and Baroque art, particularly Counter-Reformation painting. She is currently Associate Professor of Art History at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, where she also serves as the Art History Program Director. She is a recipient of the J. William Fulbright Fellowship (Rome, Italy, 2006-2007) and a Summer Research Fellowship (2013) from the Office of Research at Old Dominion University. Among her publications are two lengthy contributions to Oxford Bibliographies Online. She has presented her research on Caravaggio, Gabriele Paleotti, and Carlo Borromeo at several professional conferences, including the Renaissance Society of America, Sixteenth-Century Society, and College Art Association conferences  Her book, The Path of Humility, Caravaggio and Carlo Borromeo is now available through Peter Lang Publishing (2015).

  • Susan Nalezyty

      Susan Nalezyty (PhD, 2011) Is happy to report she's just taken the full time position of Archivist and Historian at Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School. She will be preserving the school's documents, photographs, and objects spanning their history, which began in 1799. 

  • Ellen Oanes

      Ellen Oanes (BA, 2016 cum laude) is pursuing her MA in Art Therapy and Counseling at The School of the Art Institute in Chicago after weighing several offers of acceptance. She is expected to complete her studies in 2020. 

  • Eileen Owens

      Eileen Owens (MA, 2016) is a Research and Exhibition Assistant at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Previously, she served as the Suzanne Andree Curatorial Fellow in the Prints, Drawings, and Photographs Department at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 

  • Ariel Pearce-Chalikias

      Ariel Pearce-Chalikias (PhD, 2017) is living and teaching in Philadelphia.

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