Center for Object Study Attendant and Scheduling Assistant
As the Bernstein Center for Object Study Attendant and Scheduling Assistant Randall Kuhlman works with both Academic Programming and K-12 Education. He helps to schedule and coordinate all visits to the museum, and assists students and faculty with their use of the museum's collections.
Randall graduated from Elmira College with a degree in history and classical studies in 2010, and completed his Master's in applied archaeology from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2013, where he completed his thesis; Classical Traditions in Central New York State: Analyzing Classical Influences in 19th Century Syracuse, New York. Before joining the Hood Museum, Randall worked in cultural resource management throughout New England.