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Thesis and Dissertation
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Following a tradition initiated by Giorgio Vasari at the founding of the Florentine Academy of Design in the s, MFA graduates of the School could deposit a work in the collection in recognition of their achievement of the terminal degree. The collection contains nearly 6, pieces, including paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures and other art objects from as early as The collection is unique in the country and provides a critical glimpse of academic American art over much of the last century. The gallery offers the rental of this original graduate student art for display in University buildings. Nearly the entire history of the School is therefore spread around the offices and public spaces of the University. We are very excited about this move, as it provides better storage space for the collection of 6, artworks, as well as easier access for our patrons on the main campus.
Undergraduate Honors Thesis Requirements
The Graduate College wants to make sure you have all the information you need to successfully complete your thesis or dissertation. Here you can find our formatting requirements and thesis templates, guidance on submitting your thesis, and information on what happens to your thesis after you graduate. You can also read about the committee sign-off process and find answers to frequently asked questions. The Summer thesis deposit deadline is PM central time, July
I am awed by spaces of ruin ; the way time seems suspended within them; how destruction and regrowth are equally present; how remnants of another time become portals of insight while giving way to newness and honoring the inevitability of change. This work explores how we might imagine ourselves as agents of ruin, to embody and reclaim a wildhood that intervenes in systems that domesticate and capitalize on living beings and natural environments. We are continually trying to find an ecological, harmonious way of being in and with the world — together, alone, while crafting it, dismantling it, grasping at freedom, and holding equal footing between us. Thank you to Rebekah, Jennifer, Dan, and Mindy for serving on my committee and for continuously helping me see the significance and importance of my work. You have each inspired me beyond words throughout my time at Iowa.