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The office of Campus Exhibitions oversees the three primary student gallery spaces on the RISD campus: , and .
2017 RISD Graduate Exhibition Opening, RISD Grad Show
For Mesfin, the intersections of science, policy, and society stretch back to her time as a graduate student at Penn studying traumatic brain injury. For example, her PhD adviser had advised in safety standards for football helmet design, demonstrating the role that science can play in addressing societal problems – and, as importantly, proposing solutions.
After graduating from Boston University, she moved to New York City and taught elementary school for eleven years. But it dawned on Patricia that her tendency to daydream, her desire to weave stories, and her passion for buying pens, pencils, and other stationery items, all had a marvelous outlet – writing.
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Fanna joined WSIL-TV’s News 3 team in August of last year. She was previously in Rochester, Minnesota, where she worked as the political, crime, and courts reporter for a local TV station for more than three years. Fanna has been honored for her work by the Minnesota Associated Press and the Minnesota Society of Professional journalists. She is a graduate of University of Missouri’s School of Journalism.
O.S. Klassen grew up in the Midwest surrounded by older sisters and a loving extended family, amidst endless fields of tall corn, Amish buggies and tornadoes. Sadly, she did not enjoy a single day of school, but things started looking up with the discovery of Jane Eyre. After graduating from the University of Oregon’s art school, she helped raise a family of six children. When not writing, she swims, plays with dogs, ballroom dances with her husband, and dreams about sunnier climates. She is currently working on her debut middle grade novel.
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Wayna: My late aunt, Yeshie Immebet Emagnu. She was a real pioneer — one of the first women to graduate from Addis Ababa University and one of the first Ethiopian graduate students to come to the States on a scholarship at a time when very few women, Black people and/or immigrants were earning advanced degrees. They urged her to study Education, because that was one of the few programs acceptable for women at the time, but her interest was in Political Science. So without her funder knowing, she enrolled in both programs and completed two masters in the amount of time allotted for one. At the end of her studies, she had to fight for them to honor the second degree. I admire that self-determination, and all while being very young and very far away from your family and all that’s familiar. I hope she passed a little bit of that down to me.
FH: The stereotype of broadcast journalism being dominated by men is quickly changing. More women are graduating from journalism schools than ever before. My journalism graduating class had more females. Currently, my newsroom has only one male reporter. As my industry recognizes more women in the field, the challenges have also reduced professionally.
RISD graduate exhibition on RISD Portfolios
Exhibition Opening: RISD Graduate Thesis Show
"White Light, Black Bodies" Installation Images from RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition
Exhibition: White Light, Black Bodies (RISD Graduate Thesis ..
The show is published in a catalogue which will be displayed and distributed at the annual RISD Graduate Exhibition.
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Identity developed with Matthew Tsang, Sophie Mascatello, and Erin Zwaska for the 2014 RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition.
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Lydia Gobena: I was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and moved to the U.S. when I was 2 years old. I grew up in Northern Virginia, where I graduated high school, and received a B.A. at the University of Toronto in Philosophy and History. After college, I worked in retail and at a law firm for a year and then studied law at the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies (“SOAS”), receiving an LL.B. While working at the law firm, I realized that I enjoyed the intellectual aspects of the law. I was particularly interested in comparative law, having traveled extensively as a child. The program at SOAS appealed to me as it enabled me to take the more traditional legal courses while also studying different legal systems in Africa and Asia. After completing my law degree in London, I received an LL.M. at Georgetown University Law Center in International Law. I joined Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, an intellectual property boutique, in 2000 as an associate in the International Group. I became a partner in December 2005. I counsel and advise clients on international trademark, industrial design, copyright, and unfair competition issues. I have represented a diverse international clientele, including well-known fashion and apparel brands, a luxury goods company, a leading provider of engineering and architectural software, one of the world’s largest music and entertainment companies, leading pharmaceutical companies and beverage and sports brands.
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Daniel Jones is a psychology professor at the University of Texas, El Paso. He runs the university’s Dark Triad and Corporate Crime Laboratory, which focuses on the “Dark Triad” of personality: psychopathy, Machiavellianism, and narcissism. Jones is a specialist in the emerging field of emotional promiscuity, the study of why some people fall in love quickly and repeatedly, often with dangerous consequences. Originally from New Jersey, Jones received his PhD from the University of British Columbia, where he was a postdoctoral researcher under Dr. Robert Hare, the world-renowned psychopathy researcher. Jones was the recipient of the prestigious Killam Graduate Fellowship at UBC, and he has received grants from the Donner Foundation and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. He is an active member of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, the Association for Research on Personality, the American Psychology and Law Society, and the Society for the Scientific Study of Psychopathy. Jones’s research has been featured in news outlets such as the Huffington Post and the Boston Globe.
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NL: I was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. My parents are Mrs. Kebrework Senke and Dejazmach Legesse Bezou. I have five sisters and two brothers. Now I lost one of my sisters to Lou Gehrig’s disease. I came to the United States at the age of 17. The school that I attended in Ethiopia was Nazareth School, of which I have many good memories. I received my undergraduate degree from Berea College in Kentucky and my Master’s Degree in Industrial Technology from Ball State University in Indiana. I am happily married to Eskinder Teklu for over 17 years and I have three wonderful children ages 16, 15, and 11. I have many relatives and friends I love and adore. In addition to a lot of new friends I have made each year, I am lucky that I also still have my kindergarten friends actively involved in my life. In my spare time, I love to read, listen to music, write poems, watch movies, decorate, help my kids with their school projects, garden, and do craftwork.
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