New Year New Studio Means A New Introduction for Students!

I can’t very well ask everyone to introduce themselves without also participating in the blog prompt, so here is a little bit about me. Week 1:¬†Introduce Yourself What is your name? What does it mean? Who picked it out? My name is Sara Katherine. My mother named me after I was born. My folks weren’t the type to come up with baby names before the birth, so when the doctors handed me to my mom the first time, she said something like “Hello, Sara Katherine” and that was that. Sara means¬†“princess” in Hebrew.¬†Katherine is a Latin name for “pure” or … Continue Reading →

Chattahoochee National Water Trail Interdisciplinary Studio

I am so excited to be the GRA/GTA for the Chattahoochee National Water Trail Interdisciplinary Studio. We have a lot of exciting work ahead of us this semester and I am excited to meet a diverse batch of graduate, undergraduate, and honors students who are interested in our project. We will be exploring topics related to what a National Park of the 21st century should be/will develop into as the paid project team will be focusing on the prospects of over-night camping on the water trail. I will be writing about studio pedagogy this semester and am looking forward to … Continue Reading →