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Video report from the field

I’m still in Shanghai with the AN/Freeman Student Faculty Fellows – Director of Sustainability and colleague Jeff Mittelstadt, and students Tom DeMarzo, Antonia Giles, Xiaoyun Liu, John-Michael Murphy, Lucy Sexton, and Liz Stevens. We’re still in the midst of collecting up stories of sustainable farming/food and footage to show those stories. In the meanwhile, enjoy […]

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Video report from the field

I’m still in Shanghai with the AN/Freeman Student Faculty Fellows – Director of Sustainability and colleague Jeff Mittelstadt, and students Tom DeMarzo, Antonia Giles, Xiaoyun Liu, John-Michael Murphy, Lucy Sexton, and Liz Stevens. We’re still in the midst of collecting up stories of sustainable farming/food and footage to show those stories. In the meanwhile, enjoy […]

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More on Science Fiction, Chinese style

In my class on Science, Policy, and Society, I always include a section on science fiction – not only because I am a closet Treker and scifi addict, but also because I contend that science fiction is the theology of the contemporary world and that science fiction provides the narratives of the wider public discourse […]

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Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program

Are you a first or second year student interested in the field of conservation? The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars program, hosted by Northern Arizona University’s Landscape Conservation Initiative, is a multi-year program funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation that serves to strengthen the conservation profession by training students who can make significant contributions to […]

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Video report from the field

I’m still in Shanghai with the AN/Freeman Student Faculty Fellows – Director of Sustainability and colleague Jeff Mittelstadt, and students Tom DeMarzo, Antonia Giles, Xiaoyun Liu, John-Michael Murphy, Lucy Sexton, and Liz Stevens. We’re still in the midst of collecting up stories of sustainable farming/food and footage to show those stories. In the meanwhile, enjoy […]

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Life-Long Learning Locker

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Or do they? Many of us academics are struggling with what to do with the internet, in our teaching, learning, and research. There are many resources out there, in terms of organizations that push academic frontiers for open source journals, new methods of teaching and […]

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YWW: The One Who Builds

Congratulations to Peter Carolla (Anthropology ’06), who with his colleagues Hillary Pierce and Nick Gooler, just won the Best US/International Documentary Short award from the Kansas City Film Festival for his film The One Who Builds. Earlier this year, Peter returned to his alma mater to debut this film, as part of our 2013 celebration […]

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Project: Evaluating the Social Forces of Dongtan Eco-City

Chai Lu Bohannan (’14) and Julie Coursen (’14) did fieldwork with Fudan University graduate student Feng Ran examining the social impact of a developing eco-city on nearby Chongming Island. Chongming, an island in the Yangtze River Delta, is a couple of hours away from Shanghai by bus.

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Summer Internship: Davidson Farmers Market

Application: Due 15 February Looking for a summer internship? The Davidson Farmer’s Market is hiring! The application is attached, and see below for more information! Position: DFM SUMMER INTERN Description: The DFM Summer intern will support the Market Manager with preparations for the weekly market as outline below, and on Market Day (Saturdays). The intern […]

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Work Smarter, Not Harder Workshop Series

Come share strategies, snacks and each workshop you attend gets you entered into a drawing to win an Apple iPad. So the more workshops you attend the better chance you have of winning! Come Join the Conversation Presented by Dr. Kathie Turner, Director of Oral Communication and Professor of Communication Studies February 12, 11:05am-12:05pm – […]