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Andrea KI Hall

Johns Hopkins University, Milton S. Eisenhower Library
Baltimore, MD
Andrea Hall is Senior Research Specialist at Heritage Science for Conservation in the Department of Conservation and Preservation at Johns Hopkins University where she is working on physical property testing of heritage materials, environmental monitoring, studying conservation testing and treatment methods, and material deterioration. Hall has a background as a conservation specialist and a materials scientist. She received her Masters of Science in Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 2016. Hall also worked as a conservation specialist at the Smithsonian Institution Archives from 2014-2016. She has worked with a range of collections as conservation intern at the University of Virginia Libraries, a conservation technician at Quarto Conservation of Books and Paper, Inc. in Silver Spring, MD, a conservation intern at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History, and a wet-tissue conservation technician at Cultural Preservation and Restoration, Inc. in Gaithersburg, MD. Her fluency in the languages of both conservation and conservation science allows her to bridge the gap between the two groups that stems from differences in experience, language, and ideas. Hall obtained her Bachelor of Science in biology at Bowling Green State University, and studied the conservation of art and artifacts at Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy.