Undergraduate Research Scholars Program
311 Red Gym, 716 Langdon Street
Madison, WI 53706
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Hannah E. Bailey
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Hannah Bailey is a proud University of Wisconsin-Madison alumna and was awarded her Bachelor of Arts in History and French with a certificate in Gender and Women’s Studies from UW-Madison in 2010. She taught English in two low-income schools in Marseille, France, before heading to the College of William and Mary in Virginia to pursue her Master’s and PhD in History. Hannah hopes to defend her dissertation in the very near future. She spends a lot of time thinking about how groups of people distinguish themselves from others, especially during the height of the transatlantic slave trade, and what implications those colonial identities have for the world we live in today. Hannah is thrilled to be back in Madison where she can help pair motivated students with fascinating research and creative work opportunities, walk to work, read books, and find a willing debate partner for just about any topic.
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Marina Kelly is an educator who works at the intersection of democratic education, creativity and collaboration. An alumna of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Marina was awarded her Master of Science in Social Work (MSSW) in 1996 and her Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) from the Art Department in 2012. Marina’s work at the UW-Madison has included teaching foundations level visual arts courses, including an online course in digital storytelling as well as interdisciplinary arts seminars for creative arts learning community students. One of Marina’s greatest passions is teaching a community based movement course, Creating Dance Through Structured Improvisation at the Hancock Center for Movement Arts and the Madison Circus Space. Marina’s current research interests include Mettler-based group improvisation and somatic teaching practices. Marina is proud to be part of the URS community where, together, we practice critical thinking while fostering a love of lifelong learning.
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Mae is a recent UW graduate, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History with a certificate in African Studies on May 2020. She is also a former Scholar and two-year Fellow. As a Scholar, Mae researched students sense of belonging on the UW Madison campus in the Educational Sciences department. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Social Work here at UW with a focus on Mental Health and a goal of clinical licensing. Mae is particularly interested in the relationship between identity and mental health, as well as what a social justice framework applied to community mental health care looks like.