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Department of Art Faculty Fulbright Awardees

Published October 24, 2016

The Department of Art is pleased and proud to house several Fulbright Awardees throughout the years!

  • Assistant Teaching Professor Joelle Dietrick was awarded the 2016-2017 Fulbright Global Scholar Award. During her Fulbright, she will focus on an ongoing body of research about transnationalism through an examination of seaport infrastructure—specifically architecture and information technology (IT) systems—in Germany, Chile and China. Dietrick is currently an Assistant Professor at Davidson College.
  • Assistant Professor Owen Mundy received a Fulbright award to travel to the University of Klagenfurt in Austria during Spring 2016. While here, he will lecture and research on the Cultural Distinctions in Perceptions of Data Privacy. Owen has received international media attention with his work exploring data privacy through his website, I Know Where Your Cat Lives. Mundy is currently a Visiting Associate Professor at Davidson College.
  • Professor Mary Stewart was awarded the Senior Specialist Fulbright in to work with Seneca College in Toronto, Ontario to investigate the Canadian National Centre of Excellence (NSE) model to develop a best practices hub dedicated to teaching applied creativity. This process was initiated through a conference that brought together four universities and five colleges.
  • Professor Terri Lindbloom was awarded her Fulbright Award in 1991, which enabled her to research a project titled “Installation Based on Islamic Screens in Morocco” in Rabat Morocco.
  • Professor Pat Ward Williams was awarded a Fulbright Awarded in 1996 to work at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa on a project titled “The Significance of Family Photographs in South Africa – A Fine Art Photographic Project” as part of the African Regional Research Program.

For further information about the Fulbright Program or the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, please visit our website or contact ECA Press, telephone 202-632-6445 or e-mail United States Department of State · Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs · Washington, DC · 20522 ·