Kaitlyn DelBene, an RLL concentrator in Italian, was recently mentioned in a University Record article highlighting the U-M Heritage Project. The Heritage project was created to showcase the people and events that helped shape the University of Michigan and in preparation for UM’s bicentennial in 2017.

Kaitlyn’s research work on the project was singled out by Kim Clarke, director of executive communications at the University and project manager of the UM Heritage Project as being “intergral.”

For the complete article on the U-M Heritage Project click here.

Kaitlyn is currently in her senior year. In addition to her concentration in Italian, she is also an English honors concentrator and a recipient of the Ernst Pulgram Italian Study Abroad Scholarship.