Woody Internship in Museum Studies

Thanks to the generosity of Carol and Robert Woody, the College has established the Woody Internship Scholarships in Museum Studies. In Summer 2017 Woody Scholarships will support undergraduate internships at the J. Paul Getty Museum, The Phillips Collection, Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, and Colonial Williamsburg.

Robert Woody

According to Carol and Robert, “Over the years we have benefited from working with museum professionals who are developing exhibits in areas that match our interests and expertise.  We would  like to pass this forward to the next generation.” 

 Carol Woody
About Robert

Education: law degree
Profession:  antique dealer retiring after 53 years
Special interests: silver, Chinese ceramics, and art


About Carol

Education:  mathematics undergraduate degree from William & Mary; MBA, Ph.D. in information systems
Profession: Technical Manager for Cyber Security Engineering and Software Engineering Institute
Special interests: travel, writing, teaching

Congratulations to our Summer 2017 Woody Interns!
Sarah Farver - The Phillips Collection in Washington DC
Junior | History major, Art History minor

Helen Cameron - J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, California
Junior | Art History & Classical Studies major, University of St. Andrews Joint Degree Program

Emily Knoche - Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in Williamsburg, Virginia
Sophomore | Global Studies major, French & Francophone Studies minor

Anna South
- Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
Sophomore | English major, University of St. Andrews Joint Degree Program

Description of and application for the Woody Internship in Museum Studies