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Leslie Rose

Leslie Rose is in her third year at Pitt, majoring in the History of Art and Architecture with a minor in Museum Studies. She intends on graduating spring of next year. Leslie is deeply interested in Modern and Contemporary art well as diversity and representation in the art world. After she graduates, she hopes to continue her studies then one day work as a curator in a museum.

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Linda Lee

Linda Lee is a senior in Architectural Studies with a minor in Studio Arts and will be graduating this Spring. Throughout her undergraduate years at Pitt, she has been active in the HAA department as a teaching assistant for the Foundation Studio course and in the student body as the Media Relations Director for Pitt's chapter of AIAS.

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Paige Anderson

Paige Anderson is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh who will be graduating this April with a major in Architectural Studies and a double minor in Studio Art and Economics. She recently retired from the Pitt Track and Field/Cross Country Teams and started working at local architecture firm, R3A.  She plans on going to graduate school for a Masters of Sustainable Urban Design and would like to eventually pursue a PhD. She loves Pittsburgh and travelling anywhere.

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Ashley Funyak

Ashley Funyak is a junior, double-majoring in Anthropology and Communications with a minor in Museum Studies, and expects to graduate in April 2017. Ashley is currently a marketing intern at Society for Contemporary Craft and serves as Program Director at WPTS Radio, the University of Pittsburgh’s student-run radio station. She enjoys volunteering with non-profit arts organizations and hopes to work in this field after graduation.

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Meghan Hipple

Meghan is a graduating senior majoring in the History of Art and Architecture and minoring in Museum Studies. In the past, she has been the recipient of Honors College’s Brackenridge Summer Research Fellowship and the Office of Undergraduate Research’s Summer Research Award. Last semester, Meghan studied abroad in London at Richmond University where she took classes on film and visual culture.

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Grace Strong

Grace Strong is a senior who will be graduating this spring with a double major in History of Art & Architecture and Italian Studies, and certificate in Medieval & Renaissance studies. After graduation Grace hopes to pursue a career in development for an art museum, or cultural institution, encouraged by the various internships she has had with the Carnegie Museum of Art, Heinz History Center, and British Institute of Florence.

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HAAARCH!!! 2016

HAAARCH!!! is a yearly showcase of undergraduate research, creative work, and achievement. This forum provides students the opportunity to exhibit, present and promote their research and experiential learning activities.

HAAARCH!!! 2016 will take place in the Cloister and University Art Gallery of the Frick Fine Arts Building on March 21, from 4-6 pm.

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Melissa Quarto

Melissa Quarto will be graduating this April with a double major in History of Art & Architecture and Hispanic Languages & Literature with minors in Museum Studies and Studio Arts.  She is primarily interested in the political agency of images and place-making through transnational encounters within the Americas. At HAAARCH, she will present her Honors thesis, Performing Incanismo: Cultural Tourism at Machu Picchu, Peru.

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Emily Mirales

Emily Mirales will be graduating this spring with majors in the History of Art & Architecture and Anthropology along with a minor in Museum Studies. As a dual major studying art and archaeology, Emily has developed an interest in material culture studies and the interactions that occur between people, objects, and places.

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Brianna Humbert

Brianna Humbert is a senior majoring in the History of Art & Architecture with a minor in French language. Her research focuses on women artists and often takes on a feminist perspective. She is interested in a range of topics in modern and contemporary art, including identity, performance, collective art projects, and feminist art of the 1970s.

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