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Stultz, Spencer

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Spencer Stultz is currently a Masters’ student studying in the department of Pan-African Studies at Syracuse University with a specialized concentration in art and community development.

She began her undergraduate studies at Howard University, where she studied Political Science with a concentration in Community Development. After studying abroad in Strasbourg, France, Spencer decided to transfer to Syracuse University to complete her degree. While at Syracuse, she was a peer mentor, tutored athletes, and won first place in the Winston Fisher Seminar Business Plan Competition. She has been interviewed and featured in Femme Noire, a magazine that covered the ventures of black women on Syracuse’s campus. She has also showcased her art in various exhibitions in the Syracuse Community, including I Too, Am American, a gallery exhibition at the Community Folk Art Center.

Spencer graduated from Syracuse magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and minors in both African American Studies and Painting. As a graduate student, her research interests are centered around black art and the relationship that it has to community and social activism.
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