Mellon Foundation supported Baltimore SCIART – A Summer Research Experience for Undergraduate Students at the Interface between Science and Art at UMBC, Johns Hopkins University, and the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
The program is meant primarily for science and engineering undergraduate students from Baltimore area academic institutions with strong interest in art conservation. Applications from students with Arts majors with strong science and/or engineering background will be considered as well.
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