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2018 Projects

  • Eric Cunningham (Japanese Studies), Community Maintenance in Japan's Peripheries
  • Scott Hess (English), Yosemite as a Landscape of Genius
  • Thor Hogan (Politics), Book: The United City-States of America
  • Seth Hopper (Physics and Astronomy), High-energy Black Hole Encounters
  • Michael Lerner (Physics and Astronomy), Bayesian Methods for Membrane Diffusion - Belgium
  • Lynnell Lewis (Music), Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Teacher Training
  • Cassio Muniz (Politics), Race Relations in Comparative Perspective: The Case of Brazil
  • Karim Sagna (French & Francophone Studies), Old and New Trends in the Music of Senegambia. What Prospects?
  • Betsy Schlabach (History), Manuscript Submission (Policy Queen)
  • Jennifer Seely (Politics), Historical Dictionary of Togo
  • Yasumasa Shigenaga (Japanese Language and Linguistics), Online Translation Course
  • Chris Smith (Biology), ┬áIUSSI Quadrennial Meeting 2018 in Guaruja, Brazil
  • Forest Tobey (Music), Attendance at Tibetan Opera Festival, Dharamsala, India; Continued Tibetan Language Study
  • Rebekah Trollinger (Religion), Power and Ecstasy: Religion, Psychology, and Race in the Early Twentieth-Century America
  • Lori Watson (Chemistry), Biennial Conference of Chemical Education, Workshop
  • Mingzhe Zheng (Chinese Languages), Reconsidering Mandarin Tone Sandhi Teaching: Evidence from Production and Perception
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