May 5, 2014
Tagged: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Art and Art History

Research Conference Award Winners in the Department of Art and Art History

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Undergraduate students in the Department of Art and Art History took home top honors at the Eleventh Annual Adelphi University Research Conference, held on April 10, 2014.

The purpose of Adelphi University’s Research Conference is to offer both faculty and students a stage from which they can display their scholarship, but also to inspire those who wish to engage in research and scholarly explorations in the future.

Congratulations to our winners!

Research Category: Arts and Humanities

Poster Presentations

Undergraduate Winners:

  • Allison PhilbinTrue American Blend
    • Faculty Advisor: Professor Dale Flashner
  • Rahama JunaidMedia Criticism through Art and Design Education
    • Faculty Advisor: Professor Cindy Maguire

Undergraduate Honorable Mention: 

  • Julianna ClaaseFrom Stream to Shining Stream
    • Faculty Advisor: Professor Dale Flashner

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Tagged: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Art and Art History