History graduate Lauren Feltner ’11, now a master’s student in public history at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, interned at the South Carolina Historical Society in Charleston, one of the nation’s oldest historical archives.

Brenna Byler ’15 co-chaired and presented her research paper, “The Value of Withholding Forgiveness” at a recent regional philosophy conference.

Nisbet Honors student Maddy Morris ‘15 has been accepted to the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at both Western Carolina University and Clemson University.

Biochemistry major and Nisbet honors student Lorita Agu ‘15 has been offered a full ride into the PhD in Pharmaceutics Program at the University of Houston, including a living stipend.

The Washington Post just reinforced the unique value of the liberal arts in science careers with their article, “We don’t need more STEM majors. We need more STEM majors with liberal arts training.”

Lauren Miller ’15 is attending Texas Tech University’s MFA Theatre Pedagogy and Performance program. Lauren is the first person in her family to receive a Bachelor’s degree, in addition to advancing to the Master’s level.

Alumna and University innovation

Nadia Gathers ’15, Nisbet Honors student, was named a University Innovation Fellow at Stanford University.

Stephanie Jennings ’11 had her essay “Passion as Method: Subjectivity in Video Games Criticism” published in “The Journal of Games Criticism.”

2015-2016 Creative Collaboration Grant Awards: A Partnership Between the School of the Arts and Drayton Mills: Greg Mueller, Susanne Gunter, Chandra Hopkins, Boone Hopkins, Jane Hughes, Scott Robbins, Zan Schuweiler, Meg Tominaga, Daniel Seddiqui: Living the Map: Amy Cox, Witney FIsher, Cathy Gowan, Clara Jane Hallar, Jason Losciuto, Madelyn Young Full STEAM Ahead: Catching Criminals through…
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The 2014-15 Creative Collaboration Grant was awarded to “I Dwell in Possibility,” proposed by Valerie MacPhail, Mildred Roche, Boone Hopkins, McCree O’Kelley, Erin Templeton and Geri Hurlbut.