Rita Callahan'15 Art History major has accepted a position teaching English with the CIEE: Teach in China program. She will be the lead teacher in the classroom working to improve the conversational English of her students. As a foreign teacher, she will be promoting a healthy exchange of cultures and ideas within the Chinese youth community. Rita may be placed in a private or government school, teaching all ages.
Patricia Krupinski'16 Art History major has been awarded a PC Summer Undergraduate Research Grant for her project:
Synagoga Under Erasure: An Examination of the Relationship of Judaism and Christianity in Santa Sabina
This research examines the question erasure, or the simultaneous sanctioning and nullification of Judaism in Santa Sabina’s inscription mosaic and doors, through a textual and visual analysis, allowing for a better understanding of the early Church’s desire both to connect itself and separate itself from its Jewish roots.
Professor Kim Wimprine with Danielle Waldron during the Celebration for Student Scholarship. and Creativity. Danielle's cermaics were featured during this April celebration.
Nicole Lania '15 Art History Major has been accepted into the The Teaching Assistant Program in France, teaching English to French students of all ages. She may be placed in any number of public schools across all regions of metropolitan France and in the overseas departments of French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Réunion.
Nicole Lania also presented her Art History thesis paper to the The Visual Culture Consortium, Boston, The 7th Annual Undergraduate Art History Symposium, New Approaches to Art, Art History and Visual Culture at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. on Saturday April 11, 2015. Her paper was titled "Andy Warhol: Marginalization, Childhood Illness and Performity in Portraiture". Congratulations!