University of Vermont

College of Arts and Sciences

Department of History


Student - Robyn Michelle Sedgwick

Robyn Michelle Sedgwick on Ledge

Robyn Michelle Sedgwick, Research/Staff Assistant

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Email: Robyn Sedgwick

Robyn Sedgwick grew up in Hyde Park, New York.   She completed her undergraduate degree at Goucher College, in Towson, Maryland where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies and History, with a minor in Historic Preservation.  While spending her life growing up in the historic Hudson Valley, she was able to volunteer and intern at Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz, NY, where for four years she transcribed diary entries of a mid to late nineteenth century woman from New York City.  These transcriptions can be found on an online exhibit.

Robyn’s love for history began in 10th grade and from there blossomed into a love for historic architecture.  It was through her search for undergraduate schools that she learned of historic preservation, and since then has been working to acquire the skills necessary to save historic buildings.  Besides her love of ogling historic buildings, Robyn enjoys singing, reading, and photography.


History Department - Work Study
History Department - Graduate Research Assistants
Historic Preservation Program - Graduate Research Assistant
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