A new monument honoring suffragists Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony will be the first monument honoring nonfictional women in New York's Central Park. While designing the work, sculptor Meredith Bergmann consulted with historians Nell Irvin Painter, Margaret Washington and UC Berkeley History of Art Professor Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby, who in turn met with her graduate students Delphine Sims, Vanessa Jackson, Ryan Serpa and Grace Kuipers. Bergmann credits Prof. Grigsby and her students with providing valuable input in regard to the representation of Sojourner Truth. An unveiling ceremony will happen on August 26 at 8am EST. Go to monumentalwomen.org to watch the livestream of the event and for more information on the Women's Rights Pioneers Monument and the Monumental Women Campaign. A recent NYT article provides details about the campaign and monument.
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
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
Berkeley's Institute of International Studies (IIS) Undergraduate Merit Scholarship supports undergraduate research in any area of international studies.
Graduate Pre-doctoral Fellowships/Awards
Fellowship for Research at Emory College; Mellon Curatorial Internship Award
Jessica (Jez) Flores
CASVA Summer Travel Award for American Art Historians
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