- "Stepping outside my comfort zone as an academic was really scary at first, but I'm really pleased that I pushed myself."
I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Art & Archaeology focusing on modern and contemporary art. My research focuses on the history of photography as well as art from Latin America.
"I am a 2021 Community Teaching Fellow at Rowan College of South Jersey and a member of the Fall 2020 Inclusive Leadership Learning Cohort."
I have participated in the following GradFUTURES Programs:
Dr. Elena Peregrina Salvador specializes in strategy and revenue management in the Digital/ Startups and Telecoms sectors. Currently, she works as Strategy Principal for Vodafone Group, one of the top 10 telecoms corporations in the world, where she looks after the Consumer Product and Services portfolio.
Kaitlin Faherty is a Master of Architecture II candidate and a University Administrative Fellow with the Princeton Urban Imagination Center (PUIC). Previously she worked as an architectural designer in New York City after receiving her professional degree from CUNY City College of New York & the Macaulay Honors College. She plans to pursue architectural licensure and to continue to work at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, and ecology.
Lisa is a PhD candidate in the English department, studying the relationship between poetry and place.
"I'm a University Administrative Fellow with the Research Services department at the Library. I'm excited to learn about the inner workings of the library and how the librarians work with scholars and students to further their own work. I was drawn to the UAF program precisely because it offers the chance to combine professional experience with academic experience--it's really geared towards students."
Hannah Stamler is a Ph.D. candidate in History and IHUM.
Flora Champy joined the Department of French and Italian as an Assistant Professor of French in September 2018. She holds a dual PhD in French Literature from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon and Rutgers University. Her research focuses on eighteenth-century French political literature and philosophy, with special interests in classical reception, theater and film studies. Her work on Jean-Jacques Rousseau's reception of ancient Greece and Rome ultimately examines the relevance of ancient democratic models for modern times.
- "The University Administrative Fellowship offers Ph.D. students like me a path to grow both academically and professionally through mentorship and project-based experiences."
Meredith Martin is Associate Professor of English and the Faculty Director for the Center for Digital Humanities. She works on the history of poetic forms, educational and disciplinary history, historical poetics, and historical prosody.
She is also a mentor in the University Administrative Fellowship Program.