Malcolm Morse Foundation recipients announced

Malcolm Morse Foundation recipients announced

Date posted: 2007-12-17 15:28:00

We are pleased to announce that in recognition of their research and creative work in the Arts department MFA program, two graduating students have been selected to receive the Malcolm S. Morse Graduate Research Enhancement Award. Chosen by Dr. Pauline Oliveros, this year the award will be split between Alex Chechile and Bart Woodstrup.  Making the announcement were (left to right above) Arts Head Kathy High, Graduate Director Mary Anne Staniszewski, and Dr. Oliveros. 

The Malcolm S. Morse Graduate Research Enhancement Award was established to honor Dr. Pauline Oliveros, Distinguished Research Professor, visionary composer, and founder of the Deep Listening Institute, Ltd.   Recipients are either PhD or MFA graduate students of the Arts Department of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

For more information about these artists please visit their websites:

Alex Chechile

Bart Woodstrup

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