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SCAD Presidential Fellowship for Faculty Development, 2001 and 2005; U.S.C. College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, summer dissertation fellowship, spring 2003; Short-term residential fellowship, Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, spring 2002; Regional Scholar Exchange Program Grant, U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, spring 2001
Andrew Nedd's specialties are modernism in general and Russia in particular. His dissertation was titled "Defending Russia: Russian History and Pictorial Narratives of the 'Patriotic War,' 1812-1912." He served on the organizing committee for the Southern Conference of Slavic Studies conference, which held its 41st annual meeting in Savannah in April 2003. Nedd also played a significant role in initiating a regular biennial art history symposium at SCAD, and he continues to serve as the symposium co-chair. Spring 2010, Nedd co-curated for SCAD the exhibition curated the exhibition Builders, Bolsheviks, and Bulldozers: Facets of 20th-Century Russian Art.