Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology

Student Group

Join Like-minded Students in Exploring Museums.

About the Student Group

Are you intrigued by a career in museums? Ever wondered what happens behind-the-scenes? Do you like to talk and think about museums?

The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology Student Group welcomes undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in exploring museums with like-minded peers. Members participate in professional development opportunities, work on projects, take field trips to local museums, and regularly discuss issues facing museums today.

Student Group Leaders

  • Photo of Béatrice Duchastel de Montrouge, with trees behind her.

    Béatrice Duchastel de Montrouge

    Béatrice Duchastel de Montrouge is a sophomore from Seattle, Washington double concentrating in American Studies and the History of Art and Architecture. As a lifelong museum lover, she is excited to be a co-president of the Haffenreffer Museum Student Group and hopes to one day be a museum curator. Outside of studying museums, history, and art, she loves conducting in the Brown Band and hanging out on the fourth floor of the Rock.

  • Photo of Kristen Marchetti standing in front of a wide grassy field.

    Kristen Marchetti

    Kristen Marchetti is a senior concentrating in Visual Art and the History of Art and Architecture. Originally from Massachusetts, she has loved visiting museums since she was in a stroller. She is especially interested in the way that museums can bring people together to learn more deeply about the world and is thrilled to serve as co-president of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology Student Group.