In Art, Art Education, Experiential Learning, Graduate Students

Priscilla Stewart will present her research on place and ecology based education at the National Art Education Association’s National Convention, the premier conference for K12 art educators and university researchers

On March 22, Art Education graduate student and middle school teacher Priscilla Stewart will present her thesis research on place-based education at the National Art Education Association’s (NAEA) annual conference in Seattle.

The NAEA National Convention is the preeminent conference for K12 art educators and university researchers in the world. To apply, Stewart completed a detailed application that described her research, which was reviewed by the higher education research group. According to Stewart’s graduate advisor and chair of her thesis committee, Professor Mark Graham, “It is quite competitive to make a presentation at this conference. Even university faculty often get juried out.”

Finish reading “Graduate Student Invited To Present Research On Alternative Education At National Conference,” at art.byu.edu.

Recommended Posts
Contact Us

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Not readable? Change text. captcha txt
Artist Nina Katchadourian works with student Annelise Duque. Photo Credit by Rebecca Sumsion