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Dr

Marcelle Scott

Honorary
Professional ethics; Preventive conservation
Pedagogy
science & technology
social sciences
life sciences & biomedicine
periodicals as topic
biochemistry & molecular biology
neurosciences
editorial policies
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Dr

Marcelle Scott

 
Division
Arts
 
Primary Interest
Cultural Materials Conservation
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Dr

Marcelle Scott

 

Marcelle Scott is a conservator with specialisations in conservation ethics, management and pedagogy. She has a BAppSc (UCAN), a GradDip in Archaeology (JCU) and a Graduate Certificate in University Teaching from the University of Melbourne.

Marcelle joined the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation in 2001, with the specific responsibility to develop a new conservation curriculum at postgraduate level, a first for conservation education in Australia. She is the Subject Co-ordinator and lead teacher in a number of subjects in the postgraduate program. Her research interests relate to conservation pedagogy and her current project, supported by a University of Melbourne Learning and Teaching Performance Fund grant, investigates interdisciplinary teaching and learning. Marcelle is a recipient of the Dean of Arts Award for Excellence in Teaching (2006), a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning from the Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education and a Conservation Visiting Scholar Award from the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles (2007). In 2009 she was an invited presenter at the Salzburg Global Seminar "Connecting to the World's Collections"

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 19 most recent scholarly works by Marcelle Scott.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2007

Getty Conservation InstituteVisiting Scholar

2007

Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

2006

Dean of Arts Award for Teaching Excellence

University of Melbourne

2006

Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material Bulletin Editor

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Casual

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Casual

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Trustee

The Copland Foundation

Member, Ethics Advisory Committee

Cunningham Dax Collection

Trustee

International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works

Professional Member, Bulletin Editor

International Council of Museums

Director Of Board, American Institute For Conservation Of Historic And Artistic Works

American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works

Member

AusHeritage

Past President; Past Vice-President; Professional Member, Bulletin Editor

Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Graduate Certificate in University Teaching

University of Melbourne

Graduate Diploma of Arts (Archaeology)

James Cook University of North Queensland

Bachelor of Applied Science (Cultural Materials Conservation)

University of Canberra