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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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Student Center for Research, Writing, and Information Technology (RWIT)

A 2003 Venture Fund Project Instructor: Karen Gocsik, Director of Composition and Chair of English 2-3 Overview: With the advent of technology, both the process and the products of undergraduate scholarship are changing. Our students are now faced, while composing,

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