Chantelle Chapman

Ƶ State grad embraces the art of research

For Chantelle Chapman, research includes bright colors, gouache paints, and a studio—rather than test tubes, safety goggles, a lab coat, and a laboratory. 

From Chapman’s studio came an art project about an extinct bird, the Carolina parakeet, that was declared extinct in 1939. The series of gouache paintings, “Parakeet Lost,” built upon research that included visits to museum specimen collections, earned a runner-up prize at Ƶ’s Spring Symposium of Student Scholars, a rarity for a student in the College of the Arts.

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The support Miyanna Clements-Williamson received from Ƶ's CARE Services inspired her to earn a Master of Social Work degree and help others who have similar stories. See how her journey came full circle and what she plans to do next.

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