Student - Lisa Crompton
Lisa Crompton, Research/Staff Assistant
Contact InformationEmail: Lisa C. Crompton
Lisa Crompton is currently a second year student in the Historic Preservation Graduate Program and will complete her degree this semester. Originally from New Rochelle, New York, a suburb of New York City, Lisa has always enjoyed visiting historic sites and has been fascinated with the vast styles of American architecture.
Prior to moving to Vermont, Lisa attended the State University of New York at Albany where she double-majored in Studio Art, with a focus in sculpture, and Art History with a concentration in Northern European Art. Her senior paper was on Lorenzo Ghiberti’s bronze cast competition panel which depicts the biblical story of the Sacrifice of Isaac and won him the commission for the infamous Gates of Paradise located in the Florentine Baptistery.
After graduation Lisa hopes to start a career that focuses on interpretation of historic sites and artifacts for the public and educational program. She is very much looking forward to seeing where opportunities will take her next.
History Department - Work Study
History Department - Federal Work Study Graduate Research Assistants
- Daniella Bassi
- Robin Fitch-McCullough
- Rachel Fleming
- Clayton (Max) Kendall
- Kieran J. O'Keefe
- Adam Quinn