Alyssa Greenberg is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Art History at UIC and a recipient of the University Fellowship (2014-15) and the Dean's Scholar Award (2015-16). Her research interests include museum pedagogy and the museum as a site of activism. She is a graduate assistant at the UIC Dialogue Initiative for the 2016-17 academic year. From 2011-2014, she worked as an education assistant at the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum. She is an active member of UIC’s Art History Graduate Student Association and the UIC Graduate Employees Organization. Her professional affiliations include the Art21 Educators program, the Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellowship of Imagining America, and the Humanities Without Walls consortium. She currently serves on the leadership committee for Chicago Emerging Museum Professionals and is a founding member of Museum Workers Speak. She received a BA from Oberlin College in 2009 and an MA from the Bard Graduate Center in 2011.