Gilbert Has Paper Featured on Art History Website

Gregory Gilbert, professor and director of art and art history, had his recent conference paper “Developing a Specialized Identity as an Art History Generalist in a Teaching College,” featured on the Art History Teaching Resources website. Gilbert’s talk was part of the session, “The Art History Generalist: Challenges, Strategies and the Future of Teaching Art History,” at the College Art Association annual conference in Chicago in February 2020.

Gradone’s Recent Commissions

The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events has awarded grants to support two new commissions for Pierce Gradone, assistant professor of music composition. One of the grants will fund a commission from Katie Jimoh and Constance Volk (Ensemble Dal Niente) for a collection of songs for flute, clarinet, voices, and electronics, to be premiered in Fall 2021. The other will fund a commission from pianist Marianne Parker for a work for piano and electronics inspired by Chicago’s architecture.

O’Brien Published in the Journal of Affective Disorders

Sara O’Brien, assistant professor of psychology, was co-author on a paper published in the Journal of Affective Disorders titled “Spanish adaptation of the Inventory of Depression and Anxiety Symptoms (IDAS-II) and a study of its psychometric properties”. Co-authors were researchers at the University of Almería and the University of Huelva, Spain.