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An Internet Case-based Radiology Curriculum

A 2004 Venture Fund Project Instructor: Professor Petra Lewis, M.D., Department of Radiology, Dartmouth Medical School Project: Imaging is becoming increasingly pivotal to diagnosis and management. All physicians must have a working knowledge of the field of radiology in order

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Russian Linguo-Chat

A 2004 Venture Fund Project Instructor: Mikhail Gronas, Russian Overview: Students of “less commonly taught” languages (such as Russian, Arabic, Asian Languages) have fewer opportunities to practice outside the classroom than their peers in more popular languages. The main idea

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Capturing Rome

A 2004 Venture Fund Project Instructor: Adrian Randolph, Art History Overview: This proposal aims to furnish students participating in the 2005 Art History Foreign Study Program with the opportunity to study Roman art and architecture in a manner that heightens

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Visualizing Culture in Papua New Guinea

A 2003 Venture Fund Project Instructor: Robert L. Welsch, Department of Anthropology Project: Anthropology students have watched documentary films and videos about the world’s exotic peoples for many decades. These carefully edited films illustrate different ways of life and different

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Visualizing Segregation

Instructor: Benjamin Forest, Department of Geography Project: Residential racial and ethnic segregation in American cities has evolved and persisted for well over 100 years. Census data provide a rich source of information about demographic patterns, but it is difficult to

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