HAAARCH!!! 2014

HAAARCH!!! is a showcase of undergraduate research, creative work, and achievement. This forum provides students the opportunity to exhibit, present and promote their research and experiential learning activities.

The fourth installment of HAAARCH!!!! will take place in the Frick Fine Arts Building on Monday, March 24, 2014.

HAAARCH!!! 2014

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    Danny Augenbraun

    I spent my freshman year as an undeclared and confused college student. After missing the fall semester of my sophomore year for reasons out of my control, I came back to the University of Pittsburgh with a new set of goals and newfound interest for learning. After declaring as an Art History major and a Studio Art minor I realized that I was finally pursuing what I was truly interested in. Currently, I am working with Prof. Bender, Emily Lilly of PACES, and four other undergraduates on a collaborative, community-service, program teaching art history to a group of high school students at Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy. When I am not busy with schoolwork, I enjoy running and difficult crossword puzzles. 

    Danny will be presenting his paper "Learning Through Teaching: Answering the Question of Why Art History Matters" at HAAARCH!!! 2014. He will also be presenting as part of the group presentation "Encounters: Art in the City."

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    Paige Anderson

    Paige Anderson is in her second year at the University of Pittsburgh as an Architectural Studies major with minors in Economics and Studio Arts.  Graduating with honors from East Aurora High School in Buffalo, NY, she intends to continue her slow migration Southwest at a graduate school studying either Urban Design, Industrial Design, or continuing Architecture. A member of the D1 cross country and track and field teams at Pitt and member of the “4.0 Scholar Athlete Club,” she enjoys sleeping in her spare time. Though, in the summers she can be found travelling, hiking with her dogs and making cupcakes.  This year she is going to explore Europe for a few months before starting an internship with Front Studio Architects in Pittsburgh.

     

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