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The new Arts and Humanities Faculty Fellows are (from left): top row Emerald Christopher-Byrd, Adriana Gorea, Laura Helton; middle row Dilia
Lopez-Gydosh, Holly Myers, Dael Norwood; bottom row Keerthi Potluri, Jennifer Shafer and Polly Zavadivker.
Nine University of Delaware professors were recently selected as the
inaugural Arts and Humanities Faculty Fellows in the College of Arts and
Sciences. The new program is designed to advance the research and
creative endeavors of this college's early career faculty members. The
fellowship will culminate in a showcase of the fellows' works planned
“This was a highly competitive process and all
involved were deeply impressed by the caliber of the proposals
submitted. It was difficult to choose from the talented pool that
applied," noted John A. Pelesko, dean of the College of Arts &
Sciences. “These new fellows are engaged in exciting research and
creative projects that span a range of disciplines across the arts and
Award funding can be used in a variety of ways to
support research, including wages to support a research assistant,
travel to professional conferences, a reduction in course load, and
other research-related expenses.
The new fellows are: Emerald
Christopher-Byrd, assistant professor of Women and Gender Studies;
Adriana Gorea, assistant professor of Fashion and Apparel Studies; Laura
Helton, assistant professor of English; Dilia Lopez-Gydosh, assistant
professor of Fashion and Apparel Studies; Holly Myers, assistant
professor of Languages, Literatures and Cultures; Dael Norwood,
assistant professor of History; Keerthi Potluri, assistant professor of
English; Jennifer Shafer, assistant professor of Music; and Polly
Zavadivker, assistant professor of History.
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