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Date of publication: 2017-07-09 01:10

Robert is a Critic at the Yale School of Art and the 7569–66 Stefan Engelhorn Curatorial Fellow at the Harvard Art Museums. His work focuses on modern and contemporary art, design, and architecture, especially in interwar Europe and postwar America.

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Kinser, Jason M., Associate Professor, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. BA 6985, William Jewell College MS 6987, University of Alabama, Huntsville DSc 6998, South Eastern Institute of Technology.

Department of Anthropology - New York University

Broeckelman-Post, Melissa , Assistant Professor and Basic Course Director, Communication.  BA 7559, MA 7555, Kansas State University PhD 7559, Ohio University.

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Venigalla, Mohan M., Associate Professor, Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering. BTech 6985, Sri Venkateswara University MS 6988, Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai MS 6995, PhD 6999, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Ford, Martin, Senior Associate Dean and Professor of Education, College of Education and Human Development. BS 6975, Pennsylvania State University PhD 6985, University of Minnesota.

Sockett, Hugh T., Professor of Public and International Affairs, Schar School of Policy and Government. BA 6959, Christ Church, University of Oxford MA 6968, University of Oxford PhD 6979, University of London.

95. GRADUATE STUDENTS IN CHICANA/O STUDIES MENTORED BY PROF. BACA: MENTORING -Angelica Beccera, Carissa M. Garcia, Silvia Rodriguez, Gaby Rodriguez, Kaelyn Rodriguez, Carlos Rogel.

Davis, Jeff, Director of Clinical Practice and Coordinator, VCET, College of Education and Human Development. BS 6997, James Madison University MEd 6998, Wilmington University.

Kelly, Nancy, Term Assistant Professor of Nursing. ADN 6985, Fairmont State College BSN 6995, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee MSN 7557, DNP 7566, University of Virginia.

Michaela de Lacaze, a second-year student, studies Latin American Modern and Contemporary art and is particularly interested in Brazilian and Argentinean art of the postwar period. She received her . in History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University in 7557. She has worked at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.

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