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Nicolette Meister, Director, Logan Museum of Anthropology

Nicolette Blum Meister

Director & NAGPRA Coordinator, Logan Museum of Anthropology; Faculty Director, Center for Collections Care; Instructor, Museum Studies
Office: Room 114, Godfrey Hall

Mission

The Center’s distinctive community of practice empowers participants to be effective stewards of diverse collections by building knowledge and skills through hands-on training and instruction in collections care.

Advisory Board

The volunteer Advisory Board brings a range of knowledge and expertise to their roles to help guide and grow the Center for Collections Care at Beloit College. Board composition prioritizes representation from diverse types and sizes of cultural heritage organizations and aspires to be inclusive of historically underrepresented and excluded voices in the cultural heritage sector. Board composition is as follows:

  • Rachel Allen (Nez Perce); Ph.D. candidate, Art History and Curatorial Studies, University of Delaware
  • Bob Beatty; President, The Lynhurst Group (history, museum, and nonprofit consulting firm)
  • Jennifer Hain-Teper; Adjunct Professor, School of Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Preservation Librarian and Head, Preservation Services, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library
  • Cricket Harbeck; Owner, Cricket Harbeck LLC (objects conservation studio)
  • Nicolette B. Meister; Advisory Board Chair, Faculty Director, Center for Collection Care, Beloit College
  • Josh Moore; Advisory Board Co-Chair, Director, Center for Immersive and Experiential Learning, Beloit College
  • Cristin Waterbury; Director of Curatorial Services, National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium/Dubuque County Historical Society
  • Sharon Welton; Executive Director, Stephenson County Historical Museum, Freeport, IL
  • William Warner Wood; Associate Professor of Anthropology and Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Program Coordinator, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Jada Wright-Greene; Founder & Editor of Heritage Salon Magazine, Independent Museum Professional and Author.

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