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April 8, 2013

Adele Nelson awarded a Summer Research Award

Author: Anonymous

Adele Nelson has been awarded a Summer Research Award for the summer of 2013.  This spring she will speak at the  American Comparative Literature Association Annual Conference, thanks to the generous support of a Center for the Arts Travel Grant, and at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, in the Colloquium on Art in Spain and Latin America lecture series. Read More

April 8, 2013

PhD presenting a paper 2013

Author: Anonymous

Peter Han-Chih Wang (PhD candidate) will be presenting a paper, "Lee Friedlander's Driving Vision: Revisiting America by Car," at the March 2013 Popular Culture Association Annual Conference in D.C. Read More

April 8, 2013

PhD Candidate awarded the DVMA

Author: Anonymous

Agnes Szymanska (PhD candidate) has been awarded the DVMA (Delaware Valley Medieval Association) paper prize for "The Celestial Firmament and the Geometric Construction of the Muqarnas," which she will present at the next DVMA meeting.   Read More

April 8, 2013

PhD Candidate awarded research stay

Author: Anonymous

Erin Downey (PhD Candidate) was awarded a research stay at the Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome for 8 weeks in the spring of 2013. This grant will provide her with lodging and open access to the resources and facilities of the Dutch Institute in Rome.  Read More

April 8, 2013

International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry

Author: Anonymous

Dr. Lisa Kay is chairing and presenting two research panels, “The Bricolage of Arts-based Research” and “Transversing Arts-based Research, Arts Education and Arts Therapies: Framing Knowledge.”  Read More

April 8, 2013

National Art Education Convention

Author: Anonymous

Wendy Osterweil presented “Puppetry Partners: Engaged Responses to African American Art" and Lisa Kay was a Panelist, “Silence, Neutrality, Audibility & Audience: Four Scholars' Experiences of Voice in the Academy”  Read More

March 26, 2013

Tyler Students Awarded Study Abroad Scholarships

Author: Kari Scott

Gabrielle Turgoose (BA Art History ’13) has been awarded the Temple Student Study Abroad Scholarship. “I am overjoyed and so very thankful after receiving this award. I still feel very honored and extremely thankful,” Turgoose said. “When I first received my email saying that I had been awarded the scholarship, of course I gasped and jumped for joy.” Turgoose will use the scholarship to study abroad in Rome next semester. “When applying for Rome, I had to apply for scholarships and knew that Temple was a provider for certain awards,” Turgoose said. “This scholarship is helping me pay for my tuition and living expense, which all students need, and is providing an extra cushion to pay back loans.” For the scholarship application, Turgoose had to write an essay about why she wanted to go to Rome and what her expectations were. Read More

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