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PE-50059-11Preservation and Access: Preservation and Access Education and TrainingSUNY Research Foundation, Buffalo State CollegeStudent Fellowships for Conservation Education1/1/2011 - 12/31/2012$250,000.00Patrick Ravines   SUNY Research Foundation, Buffalo State CollegeBuffaloNY14222-1004USA2010Archival Management and ConservationPreservation and Access Education and TrainingPreservation and Access25000002500000

Graduate training for conservators specializing in the preservation of humanities collections, including ethnographic and archaeological materials, works on paper, books, and photographs.

The Art Conservation Department at Buffalo State College provides a broad based, graduate education enabling students to become skilled and thoughtful custodians of our nation’s humanities and fine art collections. Our graduates work collaboratively with other museum professionals to ensure long-term stabilization and preservation of collections, facilitating access to those collections by scholars, educators and the inquiring public. The academic rigor and extended practical training built into our program precludes students from pursuing outside paid employment. To allow students to focus on their studies, attend guest lectures and workshops, train one-on-one with faculty, pursue internships, and many other activities, we provide fellowships that help offset the cost of living, as we have done for nearly 40 years. This NEH application requests partial funding for student fellowships for calendar years 2011 through 2012 (overlapping academic years 2010 – 2013).