William Crow is Managing Museum Educator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In that role he oversees programs serving over 225,000 museum visitors annually. He co-authored the AAM publications Unbound by Place or Time: Museums and Online Learning and All Together Now: Museums and Online Collaborative Learning. He has taught as Adjunct Instructor in the M.A. Program in Museum Studies at Johns Hopkins, and also Assistant Professor of Museum Studies at NYU. He holds a B.A. in Romance Languages and Art from Wake Forest, an M.F.A. in Painting from Hunter College, an M.S.Ed. in Museum Education Leadership from Bank Street, and is a Ph.D. candidate in Cognitive Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Teaching and Research Interests
the public value of museums and cultural institutions; research and evaluation of museum programming; digital technologies for learning; cognitive development and its application to the cultural sector
B.A. Romance Languages & Studio Art, Wake Forest University, 1995 M.F.A. Painting, Hunter College, CUNY, 1999 M.S. Ed. Museum Education, Bank Street College, 2009