Celebrating Graduate And Undergraduate Students 2015-2016Undergraduate Awards Verenice Ramirez Getty Undergraduate Multicultural Internship Ramon de Santiago Haas Scholar - twenty highly qualified, academically talented undergraduates come together to build a supportive intellectual community during their final year at UC-Berkeley McNair Scholar - prepares selected UC Berkeley undergraduates for graduate study Ryan Serpa Summer Undergraduate Research Award - to conduct research in the eastern United States for an honors thesis on Bay Area Figurative Painting, advised by Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby Gabriella (Nunez) Wellons George A. Miller Scholar - provides outstanding community college transfer students with a research and community service stipend Jessy Bell Mathilde Andrews Berkeley's Institute of International Studies (IIS) Undergraduate Merit Scholarship supports undergraduate research in any area of international studies. Graduate Pre-doctoral Fellowships/Awards Sarah Cowan Fellowship for Research at Emory College; Mellon Curatorial Internship Award Jessica (Jez) Flores CASVA Summer Travel Award for American Art Historians Andrew Griebeler Dumbarton Oaks Dissertation Fellowship Townsend Fellowship CASVA Finley ... [show more]
Kailani Polzak and William Ma named winners of Outstanding GSI Award for 2015-2016
Help us in congratulating two of History of Art’s graduate students, Kailani Polzak and William Ma, recipients of the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award!
The Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor (OGSI) Award honors over 200 UC Berkeley GSIs each year for their outstanding work in the teaching of undergraduates. These OGSI recipients are nominated from within their teaching department. The GSI Teaching & Resource Center gives the award recipients certificates of distinction and a celebratory Outstanding GSI Award Ceremony which will take place on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 in the International House.
More about the Awardees:
Kailani Polzak (2008) is a Ph.D. candidate working on British, French, and Russian voyages to the Pacific and the picturing of human difference in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
William H. Ma (2008) is writing a dissertation on the art and craft workshops at the French Jesuit Orphanage Tushanwan in Shanghai in the early twentieth century. His main areas of interest include the artistic exchange between China and the West (Europe and America) during the late-imperial period, regionalism in Chinese art, and Chinese export art in Guangzhou (Canton).