Jewelry designer Tamar Navama ('15 M.F.A.) had one of her most interesting career experiences this fall -- creating pieces for Naadam Cashmere clothes that appeared on the runway for New York Fashion Week.
Two literary legends influenced a new novel by Ian McGuire, associate professor of English. The North Water was inspired by both Herman Melville's Moby Dick and Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories.
In Washington on the Brazos: Cradle of the Texas Republic, Richard B. McCaslin recounts the history of the community where the Republic of Texas began in 1836 with the signing of the declaration of independence and constitution.
Ipsita Chatterjee, associate professor of geography, explores the effects of globalization in Spectacular Cities by focusing on the gigantic temple complexes of the Akshardham sect in the U.S. and India.
Senior media arts major Jacob Sampson aspires to be a TV comedy writer. His career is on the right track. His play The Essay won the prestigious Václav Havel Library Foundation Award and DAMU Contest for the U.S. Students of Drama and Performance Studies.
Mary Bielamowicz ('15) had a big job for her internship with the National Park Service -- she coordinated the fashion show in August for its 100th anniversary. She worked with Denton business Circa 77 Vintage to produce most of the historic ranger uniforms from 1925 to today.
Justin Archer's ('12, '16 M.F.A.) sculptures are receiving national attention. He recently was honored with an Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Honorable Mention by the International Sculpture Center.