Undergraduate Alumni

Announcements for our Department Undergraduate Alumni

Noelle Barr (B.A. 2021) has authored the essay, "Exposing France’s First Female Photographer: Geneviève Élisabeth Disdéri," in the second annual Proceedings of the Johns Hopkins Richard Macksey Symposium on Undergraduate Research in the Humanities. This peer-reviewed journal works with presenters to edit and refine their manuscripts for publication. Noelle is currently a M.A. Student at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Macksey Proceedings Journal, Vol. 2, Issue 1 (March 2021). Accessed 07 Oct 2021.

Elizabeth Guffey (B.A. 1985) has authored, "Active Exclusion," Places Journal, March 2021. Accessed 08 Mar 2021.

Heather Marx (B.A. 1994) has become a member of the Association of Professional Art Advisors (APAA), the only accrediting body for the industry in the United States. Working with an APAA art advisor ensures that while potential buyers are exploring the vast and complex world of fine art, they will be given advice from an impartial, experienced professional who, as your advocate, works only on their behalf.

Maile Hutterer (B.A. 2004) was promoted to Associate Professor with indefinite tenure at the University of Oregon in spring 2020. Her book, Framing the Church: The Social, and Artistic Power of French Gothic Buttresses, was published by Penn State University Press the same year.

Stacy Farr (B.A. 2009) is an architectural historc research consultant and cultural resources planner who can assist property owners, design professionals, and developers in completing all levels of required historic evaluation. Stacy has over ten years’ experience evaluating potential historic properties in the state of California.

Daniel Novak (B.A. 2006), Assistant Professor of Clinical Medical Education in the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, was accepted into the American Medical Association's Healthy Systems Science Scholars Program for 2020-2021. His project will focus on developing team-based learning experiences that integrate issues of health justice into the medical curriculum.