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Art History Club members on a field trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC. (Photograph courtesy of Michelle Dao)
The Art History Club draws its members from undergraduate Art History majors and minors and any interested non-majors. The club meets several times during fall and spring semesters. Members arrange for viewing of biographical films of artists or other areas of interest; arrange discussions with faculty members; plan bus trips to area museums; and hold faculty-student teas during the fall and spring semesters. Most importantly, Art History students use this club to enrich their academic experience and to develop a camaraderie with fellow students.
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Participants in the Mentoring Program in Art History, Spring 2017. (Photograph by George Freeman)
Graduate Students at the Department of Art History have launched a new program to help undergraduate students as they navigate through their time at the University and plan their careers. They offer individual mentorship sessions, and organize workshops and informative events on crucial aspects of academic and professional life. To register or obtain more information about this program, contact: email@example.com