Art History students Helena Collazo and Artur Sharifullin have been awarded research funds to study the effects of language on monetary perceptions of art.

Helena Collazo (Art History Major) and Artur Sharifullin (Art History & Risk Management/Real Estate Majors) have been awarded $500 from the Arts & Architecture Opportunity Fund for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, by the College of Arts & Architecture and the Department of Art History.  Their Faculty Supervisor is Dr. Sarah K. Rich, Associate Professor of Art History.  These funds will help support research by the students on the effects that language has on a person’s perceptions of the monetary value of art.