Curtis Frederick (MISC-MUSSA Liaison)
Curtis is a third year CRO student, concentrating on Archives and Records Management on the MI side. He is happy to be both the MISC-MUSSA Liaison and the Alumni Association Representative. Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, Curtis earned his Bachelor of Arts at UBC, doing a double major in Religious Studies and History.
Having worked in archives and museums in Squamish, Banff, Edmonton, and Toronto he recognizes the importance of interdisciplinary work that creates opportunity for both emerging and established professionals in Libraries, Archives and Museums to communicate and collaborate in creative ways. In addition to his roles on MISC, Curtis is the Chair of the Association of Canadian Archivist's University of Toronto Student Chapter, and the MUSSA Programs Committee Representative.
Curtis is very excited to take on the roles of MISC-MUSSA Liaison and Alumni Association Representative for MISC this year and is happy to field any and all of your questions or comments.
The Liaison is responsible for communication and collaboration between MISC and MUSSA councils by representing the interests of both councils. Elected by MI and MMSt students, the MISC-MUSSA Liaison will attend council meetings of MISC and MUSSA, and will help coordinate their collaborative ventures.