Diana Paterno is brand new to the position of graduate coordinator in the department. Before joining the staff here, she worked as a program assistant in the Department of Sociology. About the History of Art, she says she enjoys working with people who are privileged to pursue their passion for beauty through the study of art.
Diana enjoys gardening in unlikely places, figurines, and randomness itself.
Kim Schroeder is the new head of the Visual Resources Collection in the department. Her duties include managing the 100-year-old collection of visual content related to art history. This global and rich collection is being re-organized, partially digitized, and optimized.
Schroeder has a masters of library and information science from Wayne State University as well as a graduate certificate in archival administration. She is also adjunct faculty at Wayne State University, teaching digital imaging, conservation and administration of photo archives, and archives and libraries in a digital world.