Part 2 of our final graduate spotlights features more theses of soon-to-be art therapists and mental health counselors.
The fourth installment of our 'Graduate Spotlights' stories highlights M.A. students' thesis projects in art therapy.
Part two of a collection of teaching philosophies, in the words of recent graduates who have just earned their B.A.E. degree.
Recent graduates of Herron's art education program who will soon join K through 12 schools share their teaching philosophies.
We're spotlighting theses from recent graduates in art history who have researched and written on a wide variety of topics.
Get to know Jessica Gendron, a Herron alumna who joins our Office of Admissions and Students Services.
Shelby Elrod discusses using design to help people connect with each other on a deeper level, her interest in sports, and what's next after graduation.
Abigail Mendoza has used her distinct voice, creative talent, and experiences on and off campus to connect art with social justice.
Dane Wallace discusses being a Top 100 student, the importance of orientation, and his favorite Herron moments.
Emily Crowel discusses her leadership roles, teaching art, and the significance of being a Top 100 student.