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Art & Art History Students

Students studying in the department of art and art history are are involved across Wofford's campus in a variety of areas and organizations. The following members of the Class of 2015 were recognized for their accomplishments or have shared with us their plans for the future. 

Honors received at Honors Day:

Sarah Baldwin: Was given our Departmental Honors in Art and Art History. Sarah also received the Whetsell Fellowship, which she completed this academic year. She will teach art and art history at Christ School in Asheville.

Mills Brown: Was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, She has been awarded a scholarship to pursue an MFA at American University. She was also our Johnson Collection Intern this year

Margaret Carraway: Was awarded The Global Citizen Award for her work with international students. She will teach for Teach For America in Alabama

Victoria da Silva: Was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. She will begin work for Wells Fargo Bank .

Katie Harmon: Was awarded the Walt Hudgins Award. Katie also was our departmental nominee for the presidential Seminar. She will teach school in the Bronx, NY, and has received a grant to begin study towards her Masters in Teaching.

Alex Hunt: Alex was awarded the Rivers Award for her extracurricular work at Wofford exemplifying gentleness and character.

Sari Imber: Received the W. Norman Cochran Award for her work as editor of the Old Gold and black, which won 7 awards this year. She will move to Texas for a year-long paid internship in interior design

Amanda Liguori: (graduated 2014) Was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. She is finishing a year-long internship at the Smithsonian.

Chad Sauvola: Was awarded Departmental Honors in Biology and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. Chad has received a full scholarship for graduate study in neuroscience at MIT. He completed a summer internship at MIT in 2014

Other good news for our seniors:

Laurel Grace Bouye: Has been accepted into a graduate program in Bordeaux, France at the Université Bordeaux Montaigne to study art history.

Mary Katherine Keiser: Has accepted a job working for Ahlers and Ogletree Auction Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.

Jay Lloyd will undertake a one-year Dental Fellowship with Dr. Jim Curtis, head of the SC Dental Residency program, at Palmetto Health Richland in Columbia, SC.

Mills Reigel will undertake an internship at the New Gallery in Modern Art in Charlotte, NC this summer. She was accepted into the Art History Masters program at University of South Carolina , but has deferred to Fall 2016 in order to Accept a job at Hall & Webb event coordinating in Charlotte, NC.

Lelia Elizabeth Smith will begin a paid internship for the congressionally-funded foundation, The Victims of Communism Memorial, in Washington, DC.

Katy Ward will move to Florida to teach for City Year, a program similar to Teach for America.