The director of the Florence Graduate Program in Renaissance Art, Professor Sally J. Cornelison, acts as principal academic adviser to all students, conducts one of the seminars and serves on the graduate and evaluating committees for the symposium papers.
The graduate committee includes the department chair (ex officio), the department director of graduate studies and two other department faculty. The evaluating committee includes the Florence-based symposium committee: Jonathan Nelson and Molly Bourne (Florence coordinator).
Faculty: Syracuse, New York
Professor Cornelison is Director of the Syracuse University Florence Graduate Program in Renaissance Art and an alumna of the program. She acts as principal academic adviser to all students, teaches one of the seminars, and serves on the Graduate Admissions Committee.
Faculty: Florence, Italy
Professor Molly Bourne, an alumna of the program, teaches the seminar on Florentine Monuments, 1300-1550. She is the program coordinator in Italy and co-directs the independent study preparation of the Florence symposium together with Jonathan Nelson.
Expert restorer Ezio Buzzegoli co-teaches the seminar in the History of Art Conservation with Diane Kunzelman.
Professor Matteo Duni teaches the seminar Readings and Research in European History.
Expert restorer Diane Kunzelman co-teaches the seminar in the History of Art Conservation with Ezio Buzzegoli. She is an alumna of the Syracuse University Graduate Program in Renaissance Art.
Professor Sara Matthews-Grieco teaches the seminar on Visual Language and Material Culture, c.1450-1650.
Professor Jonathan Nelson teaches the seminar Studies of European art in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, and co-directs the independent study preparation of the Florence symposium together with Molly Bourne.