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Faculty Fellows

The Center for Arts and Humanities is proud to announce the first cohort of Center Fellows:

  • Elizabeth Drescher, Religious Studies: Living Religions Collaborative Multimedia Website Development
  • Teresia Hinga, Religious Studies: Religion and The Arts in (global) Silicon Valley: Building Resilience and Hope Through (Sacred) Song, Dance and Story Among (The African) Diaspora(s)
  • Kristin Kusanovich, Theater and Dance:  Art and Democracy
  • Amy Lueck, English: Extending Digital Archival Research on our Campus
  • Takeshi Moro, Art and Art History: Digital Storytelling through Virtual Reality Video Art
Several of these projects will also involve faculty and staff collaborators serving as Associate Fellows as well as Student Fellows.

Pictured from left clockwise: Elizabeth Drescher, Dennis Gordon, Teresia Hinga, Takeshi Moro, Christina Zanfagna and Katie Heintz with Dennis Gordon, Kristin Kusanovich, Amy Lueck