2014 Kamelia Massih Outstanding Student and Faculty Prizes in the Arts

Congratulations to the 2014 Kamelia Massih Oustanding Student and Faculty Prize Recipients, Art History Professor Sue Taylor and graduating Art History senior Morgan Kelly. For the full story on OregonLive, click here.

 

"Portland State University’s College of the Arts has awarded this year’s Kamelia Massih Outstanding Student and Faculty Prizes in the Arts to art history professor Sue Taylor and graduating senior Morgan Kelly.

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Sue Taylor, this year’s faculty honoree, teaches modern art history in the School of Art and Design. She is described in her nomination as “intelligent, articulate and passionate about what she does.”


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This year’s student recipient is Morgan Kelly, who graduatedcum laude with a double major in art history and black studies and a minor in film. Kelly has undertaken a number of community service activities, including teaching art and art history to children in after-school programs.

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The Kamelia Massih Endowment for the Arts was established upon the passing of former PSU student Kamelia Massih on May 19, 2010 with memorial gifts from friends, family and colleagues, as well as by a donation from Massih’s brother, PSU alumnus Fariborz Maseeh through his Massiah Foundation.

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The Kamelia Massih Outstanding Student and Faculty Prizes in the Arts recognize those individuals who bring innovation to their discipline, demonstrate excellence in performing and/or fine arts and exemplify PSU’s commitment to community engagement."

(Excerpt from the PSU website. For the full article, click here.)
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