Kim Beck

About Carnegie Mellon University Carnegie Mellon’s School of Art’s curriculum combines a renowned studio program with the resources of a top-tier university; students learn to make work between art, technology, and interdisciplinary art practice. The School of Art offers two fine arts degrees, the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts, and supports …

Brittney S. Harris

About Old Dominion University Old Dominion University is a public research university in Norfolk, Virginia. Brittney primarily works with undergrads from varying majors and disciplines around the university. For this fellowship, she will be directing with the Theatre Program of the Department of Communication and Theatre Arts students. Her aim is to give and inspire …

Susan L Smith

2024 Unstoppable Voters Faculty Fellow Susan L Smith Susan L Smith (she/her) is a practicing artist and educator, Associate Research Professor of Art, and Graduate Coordinator of the Intermedia Programs at the University of Maine. Smith’s research is situated within issues of land/power and questions concerning extractivist practices, economic and climate forced migration. Her practice …

Daniella Mascarenhas

2024 Unstoppable Voters Faculty Fellow Daniella Mascarenhas Daniella Mascarenhas (she/they) has her PhD in political science and currently serves as an assistant professor of political science at Xavier University of Louisiana where she teaches courses on political theory and public law. Her scholarly work addresses questions of freedom within political theory especially applied to state …

Kristin Hughes

2024 Unstoppable Voters Faculty Fellow Kristin Hughes Kristin Hughes (she/her)’s research and practice focus on how community-designed solutions can catalyze participation and action. Her commitment to working locally is by design. Geoff Mulgan, a renowned social design innovator, provides this design talisman, “Some of the most important innovations evolve in a zig-zag line with their …

Gregory Sale

2024 Unstoppable Voters Faculty Fellow Gregory Sale Collaborating with individuals and communities on aesthetic responses to social challenges, artist, educator Gregory Sale (he/him) creates and coordinates large-scale and often long-term public projects. For close to 20 years, his work has focused on issues of mass incarceration. System-impacted individuals and communities help conceptualize social-aesthetic structures, co-produce …

Margit Berman

About Augsburg University The Augsburg University Clinical Psychology Program in Minneapolis, Minnesota prepares students to become clinical psychologists in the practitioner-scholar tradition. Its graduates provide scientifically grounded, theoretically informed, and culturally responsive psychological services. Rigorous training in the science, practice, and ethics of clinical psychology, including social justice advocacy, is emphasized in order to address …

D.T. Burns

About Point Park University Point Park University is located in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, PA. D.T. teaches theater students within the Conservatory of Performing Arts, a range of actors, directors, and playwrights learning to craft narratives in script form. They are seeking to teach students to generate a collection of short play highlighting local …

Abby Galvin

About Arizona State University Arizona State University is a comprehensive public research university, measured not by whom it excludes, but by whom it includes and how they succeed; advancing research and discovery of public value; and assuming responsibility for the economic, social, cultural and health of the communities it serves. ASU’s Herberger Institute of Design …