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Daniel Lupo

424 Branch Avenue


Little Silver, NJ 07739
dl509724@westpost.net
(732) 865-1323

EDUCATION
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
Major: Independent (Philosophy and Literature)
GPA: 3.84/4.0
St. Catherine's College, Oxford University
Study Abroad Program, Spring 2009
EXPERIENCE AND PUBLICATIONS
No Longer Empty June 2009-August 2009
Intern
* Helped plan and coordinate an exhibition for a non-profit visual art organizat
ion that arranges temporary exhibitions and installations in abandoned storefron
ts and residential spaces throughout Manhattan.
* Co-wrote an article on No Longer Empty for the Winter '10 newsletter of the Ur
ban Design and Preservation Division of the American Planning Association entitl
ed "No Longer Empty: Art as Urban Design".
Vassar College Department of Philosophy September 2008-December 2008
Research Assistant
* Performed research for two professors specializing in Greek and Chinese
Philosophy, respectively (retrieving books,
searching for articles, transferring texts into PDF format).
Vassar College Department of French and Francophone Studies, Poughkeepsie, NY
January 2007-May 2008
Research Assistant
* Helped proofread sections of my professor's manuscript on francophone African
writers and memory and made sure the bibliography was up-to-date.
* Researched information on several francophone African writers, artists, and a
ctivists.
* Performed various secretarial tasks, such as ordering books, creating bibliog
raphies, and photocopying.
Shore Institute for Contemporary Arts, Long Branch, NJ
June 2007-September 2007
Intern
* Helped organize the Institute's website and prepared advertisements and maili
ng lists for exhibitions.
* Researched information on the 'NEA Four', a group of performance artists
illegally denied funding by the National Endowment for the Arts in 1991, for an
exhibition including some of their work.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Recipient of both departmental and general honors from Vassar College
Elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society, 2010
Winner, St. Catherine's College-Oxford University Book Award for Academic Achiev
ement, 2009
Winner, New York Times Newspaper Guild Scholarship, 2006-2009
Winner, John R. Laidig Science Award, 2006
Art National Honor Society, inducted 2006
National Honor Society, inducted 2005 (President)
French National Honor Society, inducted 2005 (Treasurer)
Finalist, New Jersey Center for the Book "Letters About Literature" Contest, 200
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SKILLS
Languages: I have a fluent reading and nearly fluent speaking knowledge of Fren
ch; a basic reading knowledge of Spanish and Italian; and an intermediate readin
g/speaking knowledge of Japanese.
Writing: I have written a short novel and am currently working on another longe
r piece.