Julia Tardugno is a sophomore double majoring in History and Secondary Education at Assumption University in Worcester, Massachusetts. She is from Methuen, Massachusetts, where she discovered a passion for teaching and history. Her interests in history include World War II and the impact of social justice issues around the world. As a member of the Assumption community, Julia is a resident assistant, member of the Student Government Association as Senator and Vice President of the Class of 2024, Orientation Leader, ambassador for the Students Involved in Better Success Program, member of the Eco-Action Committee, and a Light the Way Scholar. In the future, Julia hopes to pursue a career as a college professor, where she hopes to pass on her love for learning to students to come. She conducted the research for her contributions as guest curator for the Adverts 250 Project and the Slavery Adverts 250 Project when enrolled in HIS 359 Revolutionary America, 1763-1815, in Fall 2021.
Welcome, guest curator Julia Tardugno!