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The nominations come from both Berkshire Theater Critics and BroadwayWorld, Berkshires.
‘East West Players: A Home on Stage’ highlights the importance of East West Players theatre company, the longest running theatre of color in the U.S.
His work has also been prominently featured at the Palm Springs Art Museum and currently at UC Davis’s Gorman Museum of Native American Art.
The grant will allow space to identify inequity in British South Asian dance.
The distinguished professor of creative writing was recognized for her compassionate perspective on the lives of everyday people
The White House made the announcement in September.
Robin Uriel Russin, professor of screenwriting and playwriting with the Theatre, Film, and Digital Production Department, co-wrote the film.
Lily Allen will be at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas; Cambra Sklarz will be at the Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Chun Chia Tai will present at a conference and start a fellowship in Taiwan
Winners will be announced at ASLE’s annual conference in Oregon in July
He is a Neustadt International Prize for Literature finalist
Both professors will spend part of their summer in New Jersey
The Midwest Political Science Association recognized him as Latino politics scholar
The two-day event was filled with storytelling, history, and music.
The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program , or NSF GRFP, announced its 2023 cohort and it includes 14 awardees and three honorable mentions who are current UCR undergraduates, graduates, or alumni. NSF GRFP supports a diverse selection of graduate students pursuing a full-time, research-based master’s and doctoral degree...
The study uses bioarchaeological data to trace the impact of climate change over the past 5,000 years
Anthea Kraut researches the role of dance-ins during Hollywood’s Golden Age
The award is one of the oldest and most prestigious in American poetry.
A 100-foot basket will be an interactive gameboard for visitors. The basket honors Clarke’s Cahuilla culture.