Part of the graduate student experience is applying for external funding, and our History of Art and Architecture grads were particularly successful this year. We congratulate the following students on their awards:
Monica Bravo will be a Diane and Trevor Morris Fellow at the Huntington Library and Art Collections in Pasadena in July and August of 2014, and will have a Stipend in American Modernism from the Georgia O'Keeffe Research Center in Santa Fe in January through March of 2015.
Emily Handlin’s dissertation project, “Moving Beyond Vision: Eadweard Muybridge in Philadelphia,” was awarded a one-year Luce Fellowship from the ACLS.
Sarah Rovang and Amy Huang each won a Joukowsky Summer Travel Fellowship.
In addition, Sarah Rovang has won a John Coolidge Fellowship from the New England Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians to fund research at the National Archives in Washington, DC and the National Agricultural Library this summer. She will also be conducting research at the Wolfsonian Library in Miami Beach, Florida with a Wolfsonian-FIU Research Fellowship.