Soon-to-graduate doctoral candidate Lynnette Regouby has been awarded a two-year Mellon Post-Doctoral Curatorial Fellowship at the American Philosophical Society (APS) in Philadelphia. Starting in September in the APS Museum, Lynnette will conduct research in the APS collections in preparation for three upcoming exhibits on Thomas Jefferson, who was president of the APS from 1797-1814. Her fellowship will offer extensive experience in planning and implementing exhibitions as well as researching and writing interpretive materials for non-scholarly audiences (exhibition texts, publications, etc.), and 20% of the Fellowship’s time will be reserved for her own independent research in the APS Library. Congratulations Lynnette!