Anna Fariello, associate research professor and director of Hunter Library’s Craft Revival Project, has been named to two international posts. Fariello has been appointed to the board of the North American World Craft Council, a nonprofit that promotes the economic, cultural and political value of handmade products worldwide. The organization, affiliated with UNESCO, provides information on crafts and their makers and assists with international cultural exchanges, conferences, workshops, publications and traveling exhibitions. Fariello, a former Fulbright Scholar in museology, also recently served as a museology specialist peer reviewer for the Fulbright Scholar Program. As such, she evaluated applications from scholars wishing to pursue projects involving museums or museum studies for final decision by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.