Join us: Three candidates have an oral defense scheduled this month

An oral defense is an oral examination in which a student defends his/her/their thesis to an audience of experts as part of the requirement for his/her/their degree. These presentations are free and open to the public.

Drawing by Loc Huynh titled Weird and Isolated

Nov. 17, noon: Loc Huynh, MFA candidate, Studio Art: Drawing and Painting
Oral Defense: The Gainsay Taxonomies
Email for the Zoom ID number.


Photo of a sculpture by Morgan Grasham titled Memory Beast

Nov. 20, 1 p.m.: Morgan Grasham, MFA candidate, Studio Art: Sculpture
Oral Defense: Memory Beast
Email for the Zoom ID number.



Art by Kelsey Shurbet titled Parking Lot

Nov. 22, 4 p.m.: Kelsey Shurbet, MFA Candidate, Studio Art: Drawing and Painting
Oral Defense: Counting Seconds
Email for the Zoom ID number.



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