Visiting Faculty

VISITING FACULTY are internationally recognized scholars appointed to conduct residency orientations, teach special seminars, give lecture series, or hold symposia on special topics.  Visiting Faculty hold limited appointments for the duration of their assignment and general do not serve on academic committees.

David Driskell

David Driskell was elected to the National Academy in 2000 and honored at the University of Maryland by the establishment of the David C. Driskell Center for the Study of Visual Arts and Culture of African Americans and the African Diaspora in 2001. David Driskell received the IDSVA Prize in  2009.

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