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Architectural History grad student Emily Bernin wins essay prize for one of two conference papers presented in spring

May 24, 2018

Emily Bernin awardCurrent M.F.A. student Emily Bernin has had a very successful quarter presenting papers at two academic conferences and attending a third.  Of special note, she received the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference Paper Prize Award of Excellence for her paper “Fez, Marrakech, and the Traditional `Islamic’ City” at Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference held in Atlanta on April 7, 2018.  A month later, she presented a paper entitled “Representing the Post-War Era: A Case Study of Ardmore” at the University of Michigan 2018 Graduate Student Conference in U.S. History: “Constructing America,” held in Ann Arbor on May 4, 2018, where she was the only student not enrolled in a Ph.D. program.  Her attendance at the conference in Ann Arbor, as well as attending the annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians in St. Paul, Minnesota (along with classmate Katie Fitzhugh), where they both served as volunteers, was partially supported with funding from SCAD.

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