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Nicole Souza is a second year Masters student in the Museum Studies program at George Washington University specializing in exhibition development and design. Originally from California, Nicole received her B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2014.
Nicole Souza has always had a passion for history and learning about different cultures. She loves that museums allow her to combine her two interests creatively, producing exhibitions on a wide-range of topics. Specifically, Nicole’s main interest is in maritime archaeology as she believes we can learn a great deal from the physical remains left by shipwrecks, seismic catastrophes, and climate change to name a few. Nicole aspires to work as a project manager and exhibition developer in a maritime museum where all of her interests can meet.
Nicole Souza has a background in AutoCAD, Google SketchUp as well as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. Currently a design intern at the National Museum of the United States Navy, Nicole has contributed to multiple exhibitions, including Escape Velocity and the upcoming exhibit on Tom Freeman. Beginning in September of 2016, Nicole will begin an exhibition development internship at Meridian in their Center for Cultural Diplomacy division. Nicole is expected to receive her Masters in May of 2017.
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