graduate students

Graduate Student Alexis Spina Receives Dean’s Award

MFA candidate Alexis Spina won one of the competitive Graduate School Dean's Award, a monetary award to help cover expenses related to final research projects. The Dean’s Award Fund assists graduate students in defraying the cost of doing research toward their dissertations or theses. The fund covers the cost of collecting data or performing other aspects of research by graduate students, in this case an idea called Parking Space. Spina describes the project: 

Standing Room Only: A Book Arts Exhibition in the Bridge Gallery

Image: Installation View of Standing Room Only

Standing Room Only is an exhibition by Eileen Wallace's Advanced Book Arts undergraduate and graduate students. Students include CC Calloway, Caty Cowsert, Jessica Denton, Jamie Diaz, Arron Foster, Erin Geagon, Johanna Norry, Selena Roth, Shelbie Sanderson, Garrison Taylor, and Luke Webster. The exhibition is on view at the Bridge Gallery, third floor of the Dodd, through April 21.

Skill Swap Workshops: First Year MFA Candidates Share Expertise with School Community

This past weekend eight first-year MFA students in the Lamar Dodd School of Art shared a variety of their favorite techniques and tools with faculty, students and staff of the School in the first annual Skill Swap Workshops. The students are all enrolled in a new course that looks at the methods and practice of college-level teaching. From backward course design principles to creative ideation and critique rubrics, the course is preparing the next generation of graduate teaching assistants and future art and design professors.

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