Three Art Photography Students Awarded Fall Research Funding from the SOURCE

Three art photography students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ Department of Transmedia were among the Syracuse University undergraduates who received funding from the University’s Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Engagement (the SOURCE) in the form of SOURCE Academic Year Grants (up to $5,000).

The SOURCE provides expanded funding opportunities and serves as a hub to foster and support diverse undergraduate engagement in faculty-guided scholarly research and creative inquiry across all disciplines and programs at the University. Student research and creative projects may be produced by students at all levels in classes, labs, recitals, as part of a distinction or thesis program, or independently.

The following students received Fall 2021 SOURCE Academic Year Grants for their projects:

  • Lauren Bertelson ’22 for the project “Fragmented Lineage” (Yasser Aggour, faculty mentor)
  • Paola Manzano ’22 for the project “Untitled (Dance as a Form of Meditation)” (Laura Heyman, faculty mentor)
  • Victoria Sampson ’22 for the project “The Braden-Cole Family” (Laura Heyman, faculty mentor)