Mentoring Approaches: One-on-One Mentoring, Peer mentoring, Online Mentoring
Classical archaeologist and the assistant curator of the Nicholson Collection, Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney
Candace is a classical archaeologist and the assistant curator of the Nicholson Collection, Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney. Candace began her museum career while completing her undergraduate studies in Archaeology at the University of Sydney. Her experience over the past 13 years has included: curation of the Nicholson Museum’s archaeological collections; museum’s education, focused on object-based learning sessions and gallery tuition; collection’s management, working in registration and collections auditing;
Candace’s research interests criss-cross the worlds of archaeology, collection focused projects and the history of collections including the often overlooked role women have played ‘behind the scenes’ in museums. Candace is currently completing her doctorate on the topic of architectural reuse and recycling from the Hellenistic period to the modern day in Nea Paphos, Cyprus. Her field work experience includes commercial Sydney archaeology and Classical Archaeology research projects in Cyprus, Northern Macedonia and Serbia.
Candace is willing to mentor within her disciplines in a way that suits the mentee. She has the capacity to mentor a maximum of 1 mentee at any stage on the topics of general career progression for mentees at honours and masters levels, archaeological research and Museum Studies including curation, collections research and object based learning.