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Three writing program affiliates, poet Claudia Rankine ('93), adjunct professor Rob Spillman and current student Meg Matich, have won 2015 PEN American literary awards.   Rankine, who has received several honors for her collection Citizen (Graywolf 2014), was named the winner of the PEN American Open Book Award for a Distinguished Wor more
 
Sixteen of of last night’s 2015 Tony Awards went to productions that involved School of the Arts Theatre Program alumni, and professor Gene O’Donovan received a special Tony Honor. more
 
Three School of the Arts alumni were named winners at the 2015 Obie Awards in May: Film alumnus Ayad Akhtar ('02) and theatre alumni Darko Tresnjak ('98) and Kelley Girod ('08). more
 
Like many people who grow up to be writers, Professor Heidi Julavits kept diaries as a child. more
 
The School of the Arts Film Program is pleased to announce the appointment of Jack Lechner as a full-time faculty member. more
 
The School of the Arts Visual Arts Program is pleased to announce the appointments of Leeza Meksin and Aliza Nisenbaum more
 
The School of the Arts Writing Program is pleased to announce the appointment of Leslie Jamison as a full-time faculty member. Jamison, a novelist and essayist, joins the program as an assistant professor in writing in the Nonfiction concentration. more
 
The School of the Arts Theatre Program is pleased to announce the appointment of James Calleri as a full-time faculty member. Calleri, a well-known casting director, joins the program as associate professor of professional practice in the Acting concentration. more
 
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Beau Willimon ('99 CC, '03 SOA) addresses the 2015 graduates as Dean Carol Becker looks on. more
 
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