Tisch Drama is thrilled to announce that three of its student scholars – Audrey Rogulski (‘23), Enid Acevedo (‘24), and Audrey Miller (‘24) – are recipients of the NYU Center for the Humanities inaugural Undergraduate Fellowship.
The fellowship is a mentoring program for NYU Juniors and Seniors working in the humanities. The selected Humanities Fellows explore academic topics and other interests such as arts, politics, and work in conversation with students from other disciplines. The program is led by Professor Ulrich Baer, Faculty Director of the Center for the Humanities.
Since 2007, the NYU Center for the Humanities has overseen the program for faculty and doctoral students. This spring, the Center piloted its first fellowship program for undergraduates.
“I have been very lucky to sit in a room full of my peers working across an impressive range of disciplines and interests, sharing our academic and artistic ideas and projects with respect and care,” says Audrey Rogulski. “The fellowship is an unprecedented opportunity to grow intellectually as an undergraduate Humanities scholar at NYU, experience thoughtful and inspiring mentorship and build relationships.”
The cohort of fellows meet every two weeks. Applications for the spring ‘24 Fellowship program will open in December 2023.