Please join us in welcoming two new C21 Graduate Fellows for the 2019-20 academic year!
Nasim Shareghi is a PhD candidate in Architecture at UWM. Her research focuses on human and nonhuman interaction in the built environment exploring ethical, biological and architectural aspects of this interaction. Currently, she works on the UWM Bird Conservation Project. With an interdisciplinary team of faculty, students and university administrators, they signed up to the American Bird Conservancy (ABC) program to be certified as a Bird-Safe Campus.
Mallory Zink is working toward her degree in Public History, as well as certifications in Museum Studies and Nonprofit Management. Currently she is interning for a class in the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, working as a project manager for a traveling exhibit about environmental justice in Milwaukee. Before starting graduate school, she worked at the Wisconsin Historical Museum as an Assistant Educator.
While our call is currently closed, you can read more about our C21 Graduate Fellows program as well as other opportunities for grad students here.