Theresa Grupico, PhD
Art History, Art Appreciation
Office: Rechnitz Hall, Room 202
PhD in Art History, Rutgers University
MA in Art History, Rutgers University
MA in Liberal Studies, New York University
BA in English with a Concentration in Creative Writing and in Sociology, Monmouth University
Certificate of Italian Language and Culture, Università per stranieri, Perugia, Italy
Currently enrolled in an online program for Interior Design at the New York Institute of Art and Design
Arts and Crafts Movement, Arts and Crafts Revival, art pottery, textile design, furniture design, interior design.
American Craft Council
The Influence of Urban Planning on Temple Design in West Greece. Saarbrücken: Scholars’ Press, 2014.
“The Value of Arts Education in a Global and Technological World.” Journal of Academic Perspectives, online, Vol. 2013, no. 3.
“The Importance of Beautiful Things: An Art Historical Perspective on Global Security and Civilization.” Forum on Public Policy Online, Vol. 2012, no. 1.
“The Dome in Christian and Islamic Sacred Architecture.” Forum on Public Policy Online, Vol. 2011, no. 3.
“Frank Lloyd Wright and Our Attitude toward Nature.” Forum on Public Policy Online, Vol. 2011, no. 2.
Academic Advisor, First Year Advising Office.