Congratulations to students and alumni on great news about summer and fall 2010 plans!
Natalie Hall (anticipated graduation, May 2010, Art History major) has been accepted into the immersion program at IFALPES University in Chambery, France. She will also be tutoring French students in English while there.
Samantha Lyons (anticipated graduation, May 2010, double-major in English & Art History) will be attending the Master's degree program in Art History at the University of Kansas' Kress Department of Art History.
Cecilia Muruato (anticipated graduation, May 2010, double-major in Art History & French) has been awarded a Teaching Assistantship in France at the Academie de Nantes for the 2010 – 2011 academic year.
Lauren Walton (BA, Art History, 2008) will be attending the University of Connecticut's Masters program, also in Art History. Lauren has been offered a teaching assistantship which will cover tuition and also includes a small stipend. She will be working with one of the Art History survey classes at UConn.