2017 Grant Recipients
Sharon Alker, Co-Coordinator (English/General Studies); Emily Jones, Co-Coordinator (German Studies/Environmental Humanities); Amy Blau (Penrose Library); Rachel George (Anthropology); Sarah Hurlburt (FLL-French); Colin Justin (WCTS); Justin Lincoln (Art); Lydia McDermott (General Studies/Writing Center); Benjamin Murphy (Penrose Library); Mike Osterman (WCTS); Nico Parmley (Spanish); Melissa Salrin (Penrose Library); and, David Sprunger (WCTS).
Thinking Digitally REPORT
Description: The course will be broken into units and would meet twice a week for 50 minutes. We also, as outlined above, have a solid sense of what the first unit will be (fundamentals of digital work).
Stanley Thayne, Coordinator (Anthropology/Religion)
Politics of Salmon
Description: Fund field trips, to conduct summer field research in preparation for the courses and to produce course content, and to purchase course materials.
Politics Department -Paul Apostolidis, Susanne Beechey, Shampa Biswas, Phil Brick, Aaron Bobrow-Strain, Melisa Casumbal, Arash Davari, Jack Jackson, Jeanne Morefield and Centime Zeleke
Reimagining the Politics Senior Program
Description: To collectively rework our senior program and reach a new consensus on the structure of our senior seminar and senior thesis process.
Penrose Library - Amy Blau, Julie Carter, Lee Keene, Ben Murphy and Melissa Salrin
Information and Society - Library 120.
Description: Libraries in the United States and around the world have historically promoted the values of equal access to information, patrons' rights to
privacy, and preservation of the cultural and historical record. At present, information is increasingly created, disseminated, and preserved online, and new models for corporate or public ownership of information are being tested. With these changes, many issues and challenges arise for information access, privacy, and preservation.