Internship Experience: From Internship to Fellowship

When Johns Hopkins’ Laura Maria Somenzi’s exhibition opens next week (read “Transforming Perceptions: The art of Zelda Fitzgerald at Evergreen”) it will also put on display the Woodrow Wilson Undergraduate Research Fellowship. Reserved for the most promising young scholars in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, the fellowship provides research funding as well as the opportunity to work closely with top faculty and played a significant role in Laura’s exhibition.

As she prepared for the exhibition’s Oct. 19 opening, the junior studying the History of Art took a few minutes to provide insight into the curating process and why programs like the Wilson Research Fellowship are important.

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