Name: Sarah Altone ’09 Education (UR and additional): BA (Studio Arts and Art History), University of Rochester, 2009; Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T. – Art Education), Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Current city/state of residence: Boston, MA Job Title: Elementary Art Teacher Employer: Dedham Public Schools Job […]
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University of Rochester senior Saroyah Mevorach recently returned from an internship in London, England, with the Fashion and Textile Museum.
Name: Emily Wroczynski Education: B.A. Art History and Spanish minor in Arabic Current city/state of residence: Williamsburg, VA (moving to Wilmington, DE in July) Job Title: Intern in Archaeological Materials Conservation Lab Employer: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation (unpaid internship) Why did you choose to attend the University of Rochester? I chose to attend the U of […]
Name: Kim Stromgren Age: 30 Education (UR and additional): B.A. in Studio Art & Art History, University of Rochester, 2003; M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Naropa University Current city/state of residence: Denver, CO Job Title: Psychotherapist Employer: Self Community activities: Pro-bono counseling at Maria Droste Counseling Center, Volunteer work for Hospice of Boulder & Broomfield […]
New initiatives aim to guide the creative energies of Rochester undergraduates in digital media and in engineering innovation
In a new course, the Dante Multimedia Lab engages students with the text of the Divine Comedy and encourages them to evaluate the cultural impact of the work
Applications for environmental/sustainability research internships are due March 7 and provide students with a $1,000 stipend and free campus housing for June & July
The Atwater collection of AIDS posters is now online, providing a visual history of the first three decades of the HIV/AIDS crisis from 1981 to the present
New major examines the culture, history, and social life of America
University of Rochester doctoral student Jessica Horton has been named a 2011 Wyeth Fellow by the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA). Horton, a doctoral student in Visual and Cultural Studies (VCS) in the Department of Art and Art History, has earned one of nine predoctoral fellowships awarded each year.