News » Archives » March 2014

Rome symposium, exhibit to highlight the digital future of world heritage

Groundbreaking methods of documentation and interpretation of World Heritage Sites by the School of Architecture's DHARMA research team will be the focus of a collaborative symposium, to be held April 2–4 in Rome. Launching in conjunction with the symposium is the first 3-D exhibit on historic preservation in the Roman...

Read More

Veronica Roberts

Veronica Roberts

Veronica Roberts is a doctoral candidate in Political Science.  She recently returned from the XLII Incontro di Studiosi dell’Antichità Cristiana in Rome, where she presented a paper titled "'Aliud namque sunt diutiae, aliud pecunia':  A Brief Reflection on the Intertwined Themes of Wealth and Hope in Augustine's City of God."  The...

Read More

Matthew Kibler

Matthew Kibler

Matthew Kibler is a Sophomore majoring in philosophy and chemical engineering.  The Nanovic Institute awarded Matthew a Break Travel and Research Grant for Sophomores and Juniors to conduct research on the phenomenological perspectives of impressionst and post-impressionist art.  He traveled to Paris over fall break.  Matthew recently wrote about his...

Read More

Annie Rhodes

Annie Rhodes

Annie Rhodes is a Senior majoring in French and Francophone Studies and Sociology.  The Nanovic Institute awarded Annie a Senior Travel and Research Grant to travel to Paris over fall break to conduct archival research.  Annie recently wrote about her experience: …

Read More

Matthew Cook

Matthew Cook

Matthew Cook is a 5th year architecture student and the recipient of two grants from the Nanovic Institute.  The first was a Senior Travel and Research Grant to travel to Vernazza, Italy last year over spring break.  When Matt wanted to continue his work in Vernazza, the institute awarded him...

Read More

Christine Gorman

Christine Gorman

Christine Gorman is a Senior majoring in Economics and Chinese and minoring in European Studies.  The Nanovic Institute awarded Christine a Senior Travel and Research Grant to travel to Slovenia over fall break to work on her capstone essay for her Minor in European Studies.  Christine recently wrote about her...

Read More

Claire Donovan

Claire Donovan

Claire Donovan is a Junior majoring in French and Francophone Studies and minoring in International Development Studies and Peace Studies.  The Nanovic Institute awarded Claire a Break Travel and Research Grant for Sophomores and Juniors to conduct research for her project, "'The French and the other' as examplified by Sarah...

Read More