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Krystal Villanosa

Krystal Villanosa, Doctoral Candidate in Learning Sciences and TGS Diversity & Inclusion Intern

Krystal Villanosa, a doctoral candidate in Learning Sciences, spent six years in the education department at the Field Museum before attending Northwestern for graduate school. While she initially came to Northwestern to study digital learning in museum settings, she realized she also needed to ask more fundamental questions about museum visitors. 

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Lesley Lundeen

Lesley Lundeen: Family Resource Liaison for the Office of Work/Life and Family Resources

Lesley Lundeen, the Family Resource Liaison for the Office of Work/Life and Family Resources, is the central point person for graduate student parents at The Graduate School. She comes to Northwestern from the University of Chicago, where she most recently worked in Faculty Relocation/Dual Career Services. 

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Picture of The Graduate School Dean Dwight A. McBride

“Certain core values are so essential to TGS that they inform every element of individual and institutional practice across all departments and activities.”

~ Dwight A. McBride, Dean of The Graduate School