June 30, 2011—After a very successful two-year term, the Mead's first Andrew W. Mellon Post-Baccalaureate Curatorial Fellow, Katrina Greene—shown here working in Fayerweather Hall's printmaking studio—is leaving Amherst to begin the Direct Ph.D. program in Art History at the University of Delaware this fall. While at the Mead, Katrina has participated in the ongoing work of the curatorial team by giving gallery talks, answering public inquiries, researching the collection, organizing installations, and curating the special exhibition How He Was to His Talents: The Work of Ernest Haskell (1876-1925), on view through August 7, 2011. For that culminating project, Katrina extensively revised the museum's records for its 120 works by the artist, wrote a 100-page scholarly catalogue, facilitated the acquisition of another Haskell print, and organized an impressive series of public events. You've done a wonderful job, Katrina. We'll miss you!