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RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • Nancy Rao presents a talk, “Chinatown Opera Theater in North America,” based on her book of the same name, as part of the Illuminations series at the University of California, Irvine, in October. MUSIC
  • Heather Hart’s “Oracle of the Twelve Tenses” opened in September at Queens Museum. ART & DESIGN
  • Nomadland, co-produced by filmmaking faculty member Mollye Asher, has won the Golden Lion at the 2020 Venice Film Festival. FILMMAKING
  • Pam Tanowitz will premiere a work as part of the NYC Ballet’s Festival of New Choreography this October. DANCE
  • Musicology professor Eduardo Herrera released a new publication with Oxford University Press, Elite Art Worlds: Philanthropy, Latin Americanism, and Avant-garde Music. MUSIC
  • Dance chair Julia Ritter‘s book Tandem Dances is being published by Oxford Academic (Oxford University Press) this fall. DANCE

FACULTY VOICES IN THE MEDIA

RECENT NEWS

Theater faculty Don Holder writes Op-Ed on Broadway during COVID

Theater faculty Don Holder writes Op-Ed on Broadway during COVID

Head of Lighting Design faculty member Don Holder recently wrote an op-ed for The United States Institute for Theatre Technology... READ MORE

Dean Jason Geary publishes two chapters with Cambridge University Press

Dean Jason Geary publishes two chapters with Cambridge University Press

Jason Geary, dean of the Mason Gross School and Distinguished Professor of Music, recently had chapters appear in The Cambridg... READ MORE

Art & Design faculty member Patrick Strzelec receives International Sculpture Center’s 2020 Outstanding Educator Award

Art & Design faculty member Patrick Strzelec receives International Sculpture Center’s 2020 Outstanding Educator Award

Sculpture professor Patrick Strzelec has been awarded the International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Educator Award for 2020. Ou... READ MORE

Music faculty member hits the Road with the NY Phil Bandwagon

Music faculty member hits the Road with the NY Phil Bandwagon

Richard Deane played his last concert with the New York Philharmonic on March 12, and then, like the rest of the city, hunkered dow... READ MORE

Documentary Film Lab premieres Greenland narrative at international festivals

Documentary Film Lab premieres Greenland narrative at international festivals

Utuqaq, a production of the Rutgers Documentary Film Lab in collaboration with the Rutgers Department of Geography, will premiere a... READ MORE

Dance faculty Barbara Angeline finds unexpected benefits of virtual teaching

Dance faculty Barbara Angeline finds unexpected benefits of virtual teaching

Dance faculty member Barbara Angeline discovered there could be benefits to teaching her class virtually after the pandemic made i... READ MORE

Art & Design Professor Steffani Jemison named 2020 Guggenheim Fellow

Art & Design Professor Steffani Jemison named 2020 Guggenheim Fellow

Department of Art & Design media professor Steffani Jemison is one of 175 scholars, artists, writers, and scientists named Solomon R. ... READ MORE

Associate Director of Music Department receives Chancellor’s and Provost’s Awards for Faculty Excellence

Associate Director of Music Department receives Chancellor’s and Provost’s Awards for Faculty Excellence

Associate Director Rebecca Cypess is a recipient of a Provost’s Award, which honors faculty whose research area aims to achiev... READ MORE

Department of Art & Design announces Park McArthur as New Tepper Chair

Department of Art & Design announces Park McArthur as New Tepper Chair

On February 18, the Rutgers Board of Governors officially appointed Park McArthur to the Tepper Family Endowed Chair in Visual Art... READ MORE

Kara Walker Presents: The Colossus of Rutgers exhibit set for May 11–25 at Brooklyn Army Terminal

Kara Walker Presents: The Colossus of Rutgers exhibit set for May 11–25 at Brooklyn Army Terminal

As a culmination of her tenure as the Tepper Chair, Kara Walker presents an exhibition of works by MFA students and alums who hav... READ MORE