URETA awards assist student conference participation

May 6, 2013
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With the help of the Undergraduate Research Experience Travel Award (URETA), Daniel Sangiacomo ’13 (Ceramics) and Bri Murphy ’13 (Visual Arts) presented their research, titled “Digital Technologies as Tools for the Ceramic Process,” at the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) in Houston, Texas, March 19-23. Their mentors, Jennifer Woodin (Art) and Bryan Czibesz (Art) also attended the conference. In addition, Jena Goldberg ’13 (Theatre Arts) was awarded URETA to help fund her trip to the United States Institute for Theatre Technology conference in Milwaukee, Wis., March 20-23.  Goldberg, who was mentored by Andrea Varga (Theatre Arts), presented her research, titled Crimes of the Heart.For more information on URETA, click here.

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