Art History Graduate Students Receive Awards in May 2017

Aimee Caya, a first-year doctoral student, and Kylie Fisher, a second-year doctoral student in the Department of Art History and Art, have received Graduate Dean’s Instructional Excellence Awards. These awards are given to university graduate students who participate in undergraduate education as teaching assistants and display excellence in their work and commitment.
Lauryn Smith, a first-year doctoral student, received an Eva L. Pancoast Memorial Fellowship. The Pancoast Fellowships support undergraduate and graduate women who need to travel internationally for their academic and career progress. Ms. Smith will study the Dutch language in Utrecht, The Netherlands, to help prepare her for advanced study in Dutch and Flemish art.