- E-mail: emcdonnell-at-chemheritage-dot-org
- Phone: 215.873.8210
- Fax: 215.629.5210
Elizabeth McDonnell earned an M.S. in arts administration from Drexel University and a B.A. in creative writing from Franklin and Marshall College. Her graduate research focused on the restructuring of volunteer-management strategies in annual Philadelphia festivals. Before joining CHF, she worked at the Kelly Writers House at the University of Pennsylvania.
As a program associate, McDonnell conducts research and works with program staff to focus and develop active projects. She is currently (in collaboration with Special Collections) planning an art exhibit on local climate change. She also assists in the design and production of the Studies in Sustainability series.
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- “Making Climate Change Real: Artists Respond | Communicating Science through Contemporary Art.” On the “Museums, Media, and the History of Science” panel at the Public History of Science and Technology conference, University of South Carolina, Columbia, September 2011.