Caryl Christian Levy is the Director of Research and Special Projects in the Gayle Garner Roski School of Fine Arts at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles where she has oversight of the school's Technology Enhanced Learning, Public Art on Campus Projects, Joint Education Project Collaborations, Public Art Archives and Global Initiative Projects. Formerly the Roski School's Director of the Public Art Studies Program, she has taught undergraduate and graduate courses since joining the school in 1995. Her recent academic grants include the USC Fund for Innovative Undergraduate Teaching, Technology Enhanced Learning Initiatives, Bloom Art Walk Campus Public Art Projects, Faculty Development Grants, USC Global Initiative with the University of Barcelona, and California Public Art Collection Survey and Legislation through the California Arts Council. Ms. Levy was a Fulbright Scholar to the Netherlands and the Low Countries in Art and Architecture and holds her Master's of Public Art Studies from USC with a B.F.A from the University of Iowa and University of Nebraska. She has published and lectured nationally on public art and practices consulting with percent-for-art projects, city and urban planning teams and community-based public projects.