Kudos: Faculty, Students, and Staff Honored for Their Work

Kudos is an occasional column that recognizes Dartmouth faculty, students, and staff who have received awards or other honors.

Six members of the faculty have received inaugural New Directions in Humanities Scholarship and Arts Practice grants to pursue projects outside of their primary fields of expertise. The grants, administered by the Office of the Associate Dean for the Arts and Humanities, with funding from the Office of the President, are designed help faculty in the arts and humanities to push the boundaries of their disciplines and follow their intellectual curiosity. One of the awardees is the Department of Studio Art Chair, Associate Professor Enrico Riley. Professor Riley will use this grant to expand his artistic practice to digital modes, including animation, large-scale projection, and film for a collaboration with composer Jonathan Berger and Associate Professor of English Vievee Francis titled “Death by Drowning.”

See the Dartmouth News Post here