Faculty Mentors

DeLosSantos G II 5ec1bProfessor Jenevieve DeLosSantos, is the Associate Director of the Rutgers Early College Humanities Program (REaCH) and Director of Special Projects for the School of Arts and Sciences Office of Undergraduate Education. She is an art historian and former museum educator. Her research interests include 19th century American art, race and visual culture, Orientalism, and early film. She has previously worked as a museum educator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Zimmerli Art Museum, here on campus. Currently, her work involves teaching college-level humanities courses in select New Jersey high schools as part of the REaCH program. In addition to REaCH she enjoys working with the SAS Honors Program as a colloquium facilitator and has taught both Byrne Seminars and courses with the department of Art History on campus. As a first-generation college student, a New Jersey native, and a Rutgers alumna (Ph.D. 2015) she is dedicated to the Rutgers campus community and committed to mentoring and advising undergraduate students across all fields of study.


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