CFA Small Grants

The CFA Small Grant program is made possible by the gifts of the members of the Medici Circle of the Dean’s Fund for Excellence. The purpose is to support unique opportunities for CFA students, faculty, staff and administration to enrich educational experiences, provide training and promote quality teaching. Awards will be made five times this year, with grants being generally between $100 and $1,000 with a maximum of $5,000 for group projects. Applications are submitted electronically and then forwarded to the Directors who then rank applications by priority order. It is expected that the Schools will provide partial funding for the recommended applications. The Dean and a committee that he convenes make final decisions. For information and guidelines about this program contact your director or visit the CFA Console and follow the Small Grants Application link.

Medici Scholars

The Medici Scholars program is designed to support undergraduate or graduate student projects undertaken during summer. Awards are $750. Students must obtain an application from the School and return the application by the announced deadline. Funding decisions are made by the department in mid-spring. For information about this program contact the Fine Arts Development Office.

CFA Student Services

Ryan Burton-Romero Director, Enrollment Management and Recruitment
Slonaker House, Room 203
Lindsay Clark Coordinator, Recruitment
Slonaker House, Room 201
Ms. Norma Ayon Assistant Director - Academic Advising
Marshall Bldg, Room 220
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Karin Nolan Assistant Professor, Fine Arts | Assistant Professor, Music
Music Bldg, Room 159
Harvill Bldg, Room 126B
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Even Ansel Had to Earn a Living: Virtual talk with Rebecca Senf is this morning at 11am PT. Becky Senf Ccp will speak about and read short excerpts from her new book "Making a Photographer: The Early Work of Ansel Adams," which reveals details about how the photographer’s early decades changed the course of his successful career. Bring questions for a lively discussion with this Ansel Adams scholar. Co-organized by the Center for Photographic Art (Carmel, CA) and the Center for Creative Photography (Tucson, AZ), registration is required for this free virtual talk.

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This Wednesday at 11am PT, the CCP and Center for Photographic Art present "Even Ansel Adams Had to Earn a Living: Looking at His Early Commercial Work and How it Influenced His Art with Dr. Rebecca Senf (Becky Senf Ccp)."

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