Randall Kuhlman

Center for Object Study Attendant and Scheduling Assistant
Randall Kuhlman

About

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.

Contact Information

603-646-2131 HB 6034
Page last updated: October 21, 2020