As a Ph.D. student in the Department of Art History & Archaeology, Kate Kula successfully passed her qualifying examinations in the spring of 2012, focusing on 19th-century French, British, and American art. Over that summer, she worked with the Michelle Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture and Professor Renée Ater on a grant-funded project to create digital maps of Africa in GoogleEarth for classroom use. For the academic years 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 Kate held a graduate assistantship in the university's Art Gallery as its Registrar/Curatorial Assistant, which culminated with "What's In a Meme," an exhibition well-received for its content and for its embrace of cutting-edge technologies.
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