Margarita Karasoulas (MA, 2012) is the Zvi Grunberg Resident Intern at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut for 2012-2013. The internship involves two rotations in the Education and Collections Management departments as well as the opportunity to curate her own exhibition.
Jennifer Lee (MA 2012) is a Junior Account Executive at the arts media firm Fitz and Co. In her second year at SMU, Jen was selected from a national call for applicants to present research from her thesis and participate in the inaugural graduate seminar, “Borghini, Vasari, and Disegno: Experiencing and Understanding Drawings through Sixteenth-Century Eyes” at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City on March 14, 2012.
Tyler Rutledge (BA, 2012) is Assistant Registrar at Artemis Fine Arts.
Rebecca Quinn Teresi (BA, 2011), currently a doctoral student in art history at The Johns Hopkins University, has been awarded a curatorial fellowship at the Baltimore Museum of Art for Fall 2012.
Scott Gleeson (MA, 2009) and his colleague Dane Larsen were selected for a 2012 Idea Fund Grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation in support of their project Las Manos Negras, which inspired by an article in the Dallas Morning News about the routine exploitation of undocumented day laborers. Scott is also Head Registrar for Artemis Fine Arts Services in Dallas.
Jayme Clemente (BA, 2009) is Assistant Gallery Director at ADZ Fine Arts in Coral Gables, FL.
Rija Qureshi (BA, 2009) taught with Art Outreach in Dallas last year and this fall will intern with the Peggy Guggenheim Foundation in Venice, Italy.
Erika Lieschen Briel (BFA Art History, 2008), has earned an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art in London and is a practicing artist in London.
April J. Morris (MA, 2007) has successfully defended her doctoral dissertation in art history at the University of Texas at Austin and has accepted a position as Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History at Kenyon College.
Marin Sullivan (MA, 2007) has successfully completed her doctoral dissertation in art history at the University of Michigan and next year will travel to England on a Henry Moore Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Sterling Morriss (BA, 2007) graduated from Georgetown Law School in May 2011 and obtained a position with Equal Justice Works, helping to run the largest post-JD fellowship program in the nation.
Elisa Foster (MA, 2004) has completed and filed her dissertation in art history at Brown University and currently resides in Paris, where she is a docent with Paris Muse Education.
Cristina Stancioiu (MA, 2003; PhD UCLA) has accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Art History at the College of William and Mary.
Laura Veresh Lind (BA, 2003) is a program manager for a government consulting organization. Her roles include that of project manager for Armyhire.com, a civilian recruiting website for the Army Contracting Command.
Debra DeWitte (MA, 2002), has co-authored a college textbook, Gateways to Art: Understanding the Visual Arts (Thames and Hudson, 2011), already in its second printing after selling over 50,000 copies.