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October 12, 2017

Fall 2017 Conference

Social Inequities in Health and How to Effictively Address Them / Dr. David R. Williams
Anheuser Busch Hall Moot Court Room and Anhesuser Busch Hall Room 309

Dr. David R. Williams, Florence Sprague Norman and Laura Smart Norman Professor of Public Health and Professor of African and American Studies and of Sociology, Harvard University, delivered the Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship Conference Keynote address at 11 a.m. on Thursday, October 12 in the Anheuser Busch Hall Moot Court Room.   

Access the Keynote Address here
Access the Panel discussion here


December 9, 2016

Chancellor's Fellowship Program in the News

The Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship Program is featured in an article in Washington Magazine, highlighting the CGFP's 25th Anniversary.  Take a look at how the program has changed so many lives in 25 years. 

October 27, 2016

Grossman Challenge Gift

Special thanks to those of you who supported our 25th Anniversary Celebration and Alumni Reunion held October 13-15, 2016 in St. Louis.  In celebration of our 25th Anniversary, Jerrold and Marsha Grossman, long-time supporters of the Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship, offered us a generous $10,000 challenge gift.  As we met and exceeded the challenge with over $20,000 in donations from alumni and friends, we secured the impactful Grossman $10,000 challenge gift. Thank you to the Grossmans and all of our supporters for your gifts! 

click here to learn more about CGF giving opportunities

October 18, 2016

Aaron Coleman wins the Cincinnati Review's Robert and Adele Schiff Award

Congratulations to Aaron Coleman whose poem  "Very Many Hands" won him The Cincinnati Review's Robert and Adele Schiff Award.  The journal's poetry editor Don Bogen describes being "struck by the fine combination of unity and variety among the paragraphs-we're always in one poem, but it stays fresh over the long haul, with room to shift and surprise."  Read the rest of the editor's comments as well as Aaron Coleman's explanation of the poem here.

Aaron is also the author of the recently released chapbook St. Trigger.

September 26, 2016

New CGF Logo Comes to Life

Yvonne Osei, ’16, Chancellor’s Graduate Fellow alumna in Visual Arts, has created a new vibrant CGF logo using not just her superior design skills, but also her deep understanding and love for the Chancellor’s Graduate Fellowship.

Read more to learn about Yvonne’s creative process….

October 13, 2016 to October 15, 2016

Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship 25th Anniversary Celebration and Alumni Reunion

The current Chancellor's Graduate Fellows and Alumni celebrated their 25th Anniversary on Friday, October 14th with a keynote address by Imani Perry, the Hughes-Rogers professor of African American Studies at Princeton University and faculty associate in Princeton's program in Law and Public Affairs and Gender and Sexuality Studies. Her keynote address, "Looking for Lorraine: Gifts of the Hidden Hansberry" foreshadowed Professor Perry's forthcoming biography of Lorraine Hansberry for Beacon Press. In her talk, Professor Perry explored Hansberry as a critical figure for conceptualizing race, gender, sexual orientation, and global politics.

May 6, 2016 to August 14, 2016

Alumnus Lyndon Barrois Jr's Work Featured at the Great Rivers Biennial

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

Through a multi-disciplinary practice including installation, painting, and sculpture, Lyndon Barrois Jr. examines questions of aesthetic value, race and representation, and the creation of meaning through imagery in popular culture. Of Color situates eight life-size assemblages-composed of cropped images of athletes, fashion models, and domestic objects culled from magazines-on an asphalt basketball court. By repositioning this outdoor setting within the protected space of the Museum, the artist asks viewers to consider how people, cultures, and lifestyles typically sited on the periphery can gain visibility in a new context.

March 30, 2016

Chancellor's Graduate Fellows Alumni Initiative

As part of its 25th anniversary celebration, the Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship Program in conjunction with the Office of the Provost has created the Chancellor's Graduate Fellows Alumni Initiative.  The aim of the program is to bring these remarkable scholars back to Washington University to share their current work with our academic departments and schools and also to provide professional development advice to current Chancellor's Fellows.

 

March 25, 2016

Alumna Alice Kim Wins Prestigious Award

Alice Sola Kim, a 2011 graduate in the Creative Writing Program and Chancellor's Graduate Fellow alumna, is one of ten new Whiting Award Winners.  She is being recognized for her outstanding work in Fiction.  

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