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Stephanie Selya

Stephanie Selya is a senior undergraduate HAA major at the University of Pittsburgh with a minor in Italian Studies. She is currently pursuing an Undergraduate Honors Thesis researching the composite photography of Australian photographer, Frank Hurley. She was also awarded the Milton Fine Museum Professional Fellowship, enabling her to work directly with Executive Director Janet McCall at the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh from September 2013 to the present.

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Sara Savage

Sara Savage is a junior studying Studio Arts and Art History with a minor in Museum Studies and a certificate in Gender Studies. In high school, Sara worked as an art collection intern for the Friends of L’Hopital Schweitzer—a Pittsburgh nonprofit that sells Haitian art to benefit their hospital in Haiti. Sara photographed and edited images for their e-gallery, documented pieces for the annual inventory, and worked at the organization’s annual gala as an installation assistant and event photographer.

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Rose Savage

Rose Savage is an artist, musician, and junior at the University of Pittsburgh. Double majoring in Studio Arts and Urban Studies, Rose is interested in how public art can shape, manipulate, and affect the built environment. She is currently an undergraduate teaching assistant for the course Approaches to the Built Environment, guiding students as they work with the built environment around the University of Pittsburgh campus.

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Madeline Sambor

Madeline Sambor is currently a senior Architectural Studies major graduating in April 2014.  She is also pursuing a Studio Arts minor.  She is a member of AIAS Pitt and the Golden Key International Honor Society.  Madeline has held two teaching assistantships, for Approaches to the Built Environment during Fall 2012 and for BIM/Revit during Fall 2013.  During the summer of 2013, Madeline participated in Pitt’s Window Restoration program in cooperation with the Waldorf School of Pittsburgh.  She was also

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DeAnna Robinson

DeAnna Robinson is currently a senior at the University of Pittsburgh and will graduate in the fall with a major in History of Art and Architecture and a Museum Studies minor. This spring, DeAnna is an undergraduate teaching assistant for the Intro to World Art class with Gretchen Bender and also an education assistant at the University Art Gallery under the curator Isabelle Chartier. In addition, she is a Human Resources Assistant at the First Commonwealth Bank in Lawrenceville.

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Allison Reitz

Allison Reitz is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh where she studies History of Art and Architecture and Chemistry with a focus on materials. Allison grew up in Maryland and spent a lot of time visiting museums in D.C. which sparked her interest in art. Her favorite art period is medieval and she has a great appreciation for surrealism. Besides art, she also enjoys playing tennis, soccer, and kayaking on the Potomac. She is an active member in the American Chemical Society and APO.

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Anna Moyer

Anna Moyer is an Architectural Studies senior with minors in Studio Arts and Religious Studies. In addition to having been selected to showcase her Design Studio 2 presentation, Anna’s work has been featured in previous HAAARCH events. Anna has also been selected as a faculty pick in the senior show for her project in advanced sculpture. Anna has worked as a teaching assistant for SA 1430 Perspective Drawing as well as HAA 1913 Architectural Studies Seminar.

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Grace Meloy

Grace Meloy is a senior at the University Pittsburgh, double majoring in Architectural Studies with a Preservation Track and Civil Engineering. She has had the exciting privilege of studying abroad three times while at Pitt: to Peru, Prague, and Berlin.

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Elizabeth Marriott

Elizabeth is a senior History of Art and Architecture and Anthropology double major with a museum studies minor. Her classes in both these fields, as well as her internship experience in the Decorative Arts department at the Carnegie Museum of Art have cause her to be interested in the ways that museums display objects that cross disciplinary boundaries.

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Karen Lue

Karen Lue is currently a junior, majoring in History of Art & Architecture and Economics with a minor in French.  She is aspiring towards a career in museums and hopes to ultimately obtain a curatorial or director position. In Summer 2013, she was awarded a Brackenridge Research Fellowship through the Honors College to continue working on her project concerning sexual ambiguity and gender identity in Auguste Rodin’s sculpture, "The Hand of God," under the direction of Professor Kirk Savage.

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