The 15th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) is pleased to announce this year's cohort of graduate students of color. 11 graduate students from PhD program across the United States and Canada have been competitively selected.
Fellows are invited to the festival for three days to immerse in workshops, labs, panels, screenings and discussions.
The 2012 FLEFF Graduate Fellows of Color are:
Mansoor Behnam, Cultural Studies, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
Robert Chang , Anthropology, New York University
Zaira Zarza Blanco, Cultural Studies, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada.
Adrianna Hernandez-Stewart, American Studies and Film, University of Buffalo
Carlos Jimenez , Film and Media, University of California Santa Barbara
Diana Louis, English, Emory University
Claude Mayo , Higher Education Administration, Penn State University
Joanna Perez , Sociology, University of Illinois
Kimberly Ross ,American and African Studies, University of Michigan
Jasmine Salters , Communications, University of Pennsylvania
Luis Sierra, Latin American History, Binghamton University
The FLEFF Graduate Fellows of Color Program is coordinated by Warren Schlesinger, School of Business. Stewart Auyash, Health Promotion and Physical Education; Catherine Taylor, Writing; and Rachel Wagner, Philosophy and Religion served as this year's application review committee.
The Graduate Fellows of Color Program is supported by the Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance at Ithaca College
The 15th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, exploring the theme of Microtopias, runs from March 25-April 1 on the Ithaca College campus and downtown at Cinemapolis.
FLEFF: A Different Environment