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2014 Senior Symposium

Professor David O. Woodyard, Art History and Religion double-major Julia Milano, Professor Joy Sperling and Associate Professor Karl Sandin together following the Symposium
Senior Symposium

Each year, graduating majors present abstracts of their senior research and thesis. 

Art History and Visual Culture’s 25th Annual Symposium took place on Saturday, May 3, 2014 in Bryant Arts Center.  This capstone experience for graduating seniors included presentations by senior Julia Milano (double-major, Religion) on “The Impact of the 1933 and 1934 Century of Progress Fine Arts Exhibition on the Cultural and Artistic Identity of Chicago,” followed by juniors Emily Bongiovanni and Marisa Zemersarajs, who presented their research in progress, and sophomore Drew Jepson, who treated guests to a slide show on a recent department trip to New York City. The audience of faculty, family, and friends, was large and enthusiastic. 

Posted Date: 
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
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    Professor David O. Woodyard, Art History and Religion double-major Julia Milano, Professor Joy Sperling and Associate Professor Karl Sandin together following the Symposium
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    Senior Symposium Poster 2014
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    Emily Bongiovanni, ’15, gives her Junior Day presentation
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    Assistant Professor, Catherine Stuer, addresses Symposium guests
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    Marisa Zemersarajs, ’15, gives her Junior Day presentation
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    Julia Milano presents her senior research
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    Professor and Department Chair, Joy Sperling, welcomes guests to the Symposium
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    Julia Milano, Art History Class of 2014