Pre-College Programs
Roman Architecture and Culture

Global Programs: Rome, Italy | Faculty & Staff

An Immersion in Roman Life and Culture

Professor Nicola Denzey Lewis, has been a Brown faculty member since 2007. An award-winning lecturer and teacher, Prof. Denzey Lewis has made the city of Rome her special area of expertise for the past twenty years. She is dedicated to introducing the city in all its complexity to students of all ages, but particularly enjoys using Rome as a vibrant learning environment to introduce pre-college students to the range of courses and concentrations available at the college level.

Alessandra Franco

Ashley Medina is currently a graduate intern in the Communications and Public Affairs department at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, CA. Prior to her internship, she received her Master of Arts Degree in art history from the University of California, Riverside, where she focused on seventeenth-century patronage of Roman sculpture. While an undergraduate at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Ashley studied abroad for a semester in Rome, using the opportunity not only to get to know the Eternal City, (including its art, language, and delicious food), but to travel throughout a number of other European countries. She’s thrilled to return to her favorite city for her now third summer in a row working for Brown’s Pre-College program.

Jose Paix