With the help of TUAA's Professional Development Fund, Sara Arman, A19, will participate in the competitive EMERGE Fellowship, which recruits and trains women across Massachusetts to run for political office.
With the help of TUAA's Professional Development Fund, Christine Avena, VG13 can attend the 2020 Northeast Bat Working Group meeting in New York. Attending this conference over three days allows Christine to be up to date on the latest research on bat conservation in the Northeastern U.S. and share her research on white-nose syndrome.
With the help of the TUAA's Professional Development Fund, Haleigh Len Copley-Cunningham, A19, attended private Vietnamese Language courses at Vietnamese Language School in Ho Chi Minh City. Haleigh served as a Princeton-in-Asia Fellow in Southern Vietnam through Princeton University and is teaching at Soc Trang Community College.
Josephine Faith Ong, A17 plans to attend the Association for Asian American Studies’ annual conference in Washington, D.C. and present her paper "Monumental Collaborations: Evaluating Filipino and U.S. Military Memorialization in Guåhan/Guam" at the panel "Settler Militarisms and the Decolonizing Pacific".
Rachel Henige, A15, AG18 will enroll in the Basic Sequential-Oral-Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding Course at the STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorders. By taking this course, she will be prepared to work with families to alleviate mealtime stress and help children receive the nutrition they need to develop.
Karen Schiff, AG06, will be able to have a solo exhibition of her work at the Nano Gallery, attend the closing artist’s talk, and deliver a paper about her research, “Books at the Borders of Picasso’s ‘Les Demoiselles d’Avignon,’” at the annual conference of the international Society of Textual Scholarship.