UWW Student Fellows

Four UW-W students were awarded fellowships over the summer of 2015. The students presented their work to WUSD teachers, UW-W faculty and 6 pre-service teachers, on October 17th, 2015. Here is a look at their fellowships.


Amber Barreras was granted support to research and develop a website as a resource dedicated to connecting educators to video games, and highlight their importance to students and their use in the art classroom.


Katie Chipman was granted support to develop a booklet of art lessons for instructors on a budget. Chipman was able to test these lessons with groups of students ages 5-12.


Conor O’Malley was granted support to research and develop a blog that acts as a clearinghouse for educational essays and articles. O’Malley provides his own reflections, to each article, and aims the blog towards an audience of pre-service teachers.


Annie Dudgeon was granted support to research and develop a book that presents guidelines to create, recreate, or maintain a metals studio for students that is safe, non-toxic, and stimulating. This book has, recently, been accepted for publication.