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Biomedical Art major wins Award for Excellence in Visual Arts

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March 19, 2015

Biomedical Art major wins Award for Excellence in Visual Arts

Catherine Stanley's portfolio recognized in art competition.

By Alyssa Brown

Biomedical Art major Catherine Stanley was chosen as a finalist for the Award for Excellence in Visual Arts (EVAs) awarded by the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio (AICUO) for a portfolio of her work. Stanley is one of six finalists for the award.

Nominated by Associate Professor and Chair of Biomedical Art, Thomas Nowacki, Stanley submitted her artistic statement and digital portfolio judged by art department members from institutions and community leaders in Ohio involved in visual arts. The finalists receive a prize package including letters of recommendation from government officials, physical awards, press coverage in...

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