A&S Graduate Education

Welcome

The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college at UofL and home to an intellectually rich and vibrant community of scholars. In addition to its outstanding undergraduate programs, the College offers graduate degrees and certificates in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.

Student Publications

Graduate students in A&S are successful scholars whose work has been published, exhibited, and presented at conferences nationally and internationally. This document lists a selection of student works.

A&S Graduate Student Profiles

Hannah O’Daniel (M.A. Public History) received the first Kentucky Public History Intern Award

Hannah O’Daniel (M.A. Public History) received the first Kentucky Public History Intern Award

Hannah O’Daniel had internships at the Filson Historical Society, where she processed archival material to make it available to researchers, and at the Kentucky Historical Society.

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Recap of ACCelerate festival with Ph.D. student Max Adams (Biology)

Recap of ACCelerate festival with Ph.D. student Max Adams (Biology)

Max Adams, Ph.D. student in Biology, and two other graduate students participated in an ACC conference, ACCelerate, showcasing student research in Washington, D.C.

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ACCelerate festival showcases faculty & student's work at the Smithsonian

ACCelerate festival showcases faculty & student's work at the Smithsonian

Faculty and students will be attending ACCelerate an ACC Smithsonian Creativity and Innovation Festival in Washington, D.C to present on research.

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Fulbright Scholar Ariel Weaver

Fulbright Scholar Ariel Weaver

Ariel Weaver has earned a Fulbright Study/Research Award to Namibia. Her work focused on using remote sensing and geographic technology to look at patterns on the landscape and use that information to inform policymakers and stakeholders in the community to manage land more effectively.

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Urban Planning students pitch ideas to improve Louisville’s sustainability score

Urban Planning students pitch ideas to improve Louisville’s sustainability score

UofL Urban Planning grad students were tasked with helping the city of Louisville improve its 4-star rating in the Star Community Rating System, which measures sustainability.

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UofL Theatre Arts student works with Locust Grove to bring story of enslaved distiller to life

UofL Theatre Arts student works with Locust Grove to bring story of enslaved distiller to life

Sidney Edwards, a teaching assistant earning her MFA in performance, was tapped to reenact the role of an enslaved distiller for visitors at the newly erected distillery site at Locust Grove, in Louisville, KY. Her job is also to help craft the character and storyline for the role she’ll be playing.

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Hite Art Institute exhibition spotlights first Master of Fine Arts graduates

Hite Art Institute exhibition spotlights first Master of Fine Arts graduates

The MFA Thesis Exhibition runs through May 27 in the Cressman. The diversity of art forms in the show reflects the diversity of offerings in the MFA program. Students may choose to practice in a variety of mediums or narrow in on one. Courses include ceramics, drawing, fibers, glass, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, design, mixed media, book arts and new media.

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Meet NSF graduate fellow Clinton Belott

Meet NSF graduate fellow Clinton Belott

Doctoral student (Cellular and Molecular Biology) Clinton Belott's '21, current research is based on the astounding phenomenon called anhydrobiosis, or life without water. This ability is observed in extremophilic (harsh-loving) organisms and allows them to approach suspended animation.

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Meet Social Justice Scholar Laura Tetreault

Meet Social Justice Scholar Laura Tetreault

Laura Tetreault's research interests include cultural rhetorics; gender studies; contemporary intersectional queer, feminist, and antiracist activism; social justice informed pedagogies; new media and multimodal composition; and translingual approaches to the study and teaching of writing.

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Meet Tropical Ecology graduate student Evan Gora

Meet Tropical Ecology graduate student Evan Gora

In this Q&A, we discover what Gora does up in the trees, and who he'd invite to dinner when he gets back on the ground.

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Meet Chemistry Ph.D. student Kelsey Kaht

Meet Chemistry Ph.D. student Kelsey Kaht

Kaht is working in a group studying how a remote sensor that can detect electrochemically-active species in water, such as metals (i.e., arsenic and lead) and pharmaceuticals (i.e., estrogens and antibiotics).

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Meet Anthropology student Melissa Herndon MA '17

Meet Anthropology student Melissa Herndon MA '17

Melissa is a current graduate student in the Department of Anthropology. Her research focuses on the understanding of how climate, environment, subsistence, and settlement patterns influence variations in stone tool technology.

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Meet STEM Chateaubriand Fellow William Beckerson

Meet STEM Chateaubriand Fellow William Beckerson

Beckerson is a Biology Ph.D. student studying cellular, molecular and developmental biology. His research focuses on protein interactions between pathogen/host co-evolution in emergent disease and host shifts. Read more about what he is doing in the College of Arts and Sciences as a graduate student.

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Meet Mind-Body Researcher Jenn Altman

Meet Mind-Body Researcher Jenn Altman

Altman is a Psychological and Brain Sciences, Ph.D. student in the Clinical Psychology program. Her research focuses on the clinical application of mindfulness as it relates to the body. Read more about what she is doing in the College of Arts and Sciences as a graduate student.

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