Moore Announces 2010 Scholarship and Fellowship Recipients

  • Scholarship & Fellowship recipients

For Immediate Release
April 21, 2010

(Philadelphia, PA) Meghan Devonshire, recipient of The Haas Scholarship in Art Education, with Art DiFuria, chair of Art Education.

On Friday evening, April 16, students and faculty gathered in the Stewart Auditorium of Moore College of Art & Design for Honors Convocation 2010.

Academic Dean Dona Lantz announced that Lisa Haskell will be the Valedictorian for the Class of 2010.

The award recipients at the 2010 Convocation were:

Miriam Troop Portrait Prize.
1st  Claire Faulhaber 
2nd  Celina Curry  
3rd  Kristina Buylova 

Frieda Fehrenbacher Foundation Prize
1st  Camille Moser        
2nd  Michelle Lynch       

The Sophomore Graphic Design Faculty Award for Effort and Growth
Samantha Emonds

The Junior Graphic Design Faculty Plus Ultra Award
Joanna Moller

Roosevelt Paper Calendar Competition Award 
1st and Honorable mention  Bridgette Indelicato  
Honorable mention  Kate Ricci  

Fred and Naomi Hazell Award
Deirdre Bailey
Rosalie Genuardi
Devon Reiffer
Jennifer Robey 
Caitlin Tucker    
Harriet Glashofer Jolles Memorial Prize in Fine Arts 
Mallory Lawson

International Sculpture Center Awards
Brittany Brennan
Kelly McGovern
Laurel Patterson
Ashley Wituschek

Philadelphia Sculptors Awards                
Brittany Enright
Katherine Heilman
Angeline Nesbit

Sis Grenald Endowed Scholarship in Interior Design
Melissa Chancer
Min Park

The Haas Scholarship in Art Education   
Meghan Devonshire

Catherine Finn Storey Memorial Scholarship 
Kathleen Callahan

Charming Shoppes Scholarship 
Kara Weidig 
Maggie Giacobbe
Rebecca Heaps 

Frieda Fehrenbacher Leadership Award
Rachel Luthy

Tiffany Women’s Leadership Fellowship
Haoren Yu
Harriet Sartain Fellowship             
Brianna Barton

Sarah Peter Fellowship               
Ashley Wituschek

Emily Sartain Fellowship                
Tessa Guze
Frieda Fehrenbacher Fellowship 
Jacqueline Jugan


Moore College of Art & Design educates students for inspiring careers in art and design. Founded in 1848, Moore is the nation's first and only women's art college. Moore's career-focused environment and professionally active faculty form a dynamic community in the heart of Philadelphia's cultural district. The College offers nine Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees for women. A coeducational Graduate Studies program was launched in summer, 2009. In addition, Moore provides many valuable opportunities in the arts through The Galleries at Moore, a Continuing Education Certificate program for adults, the 91-year-old acclaimed Youth Art Program for girls and boys grades 1-12, The Art Shop and the Sculpture Park. For more information about Moore, visit

April 21, 2010
On Friday evening, April 16, students and faculty gathered in the Stewart Auditorium of Moore for Honors Convocation 2010.

Published on April 21st, 2010