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EEB522 Seminar Series - Laura Prugh

EEB 522 Seminar SeriesColloquium on the Biology of PopulationsPresented by Lord Robert May Lecture Series Laura PrughUniversity of Washington “Integrating Positive and Negative Interactions in…

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9.14 Evil, Sufferings, and the Real Mystery of Life (Reflections on Surah Kahf)

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OURSIP Intern - Nathan Shin

The Neural Basis of Taste Aversion Mentors: Prof. Ilana Witten, PNI Dr. Chris Zimmerman, PNI

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OURSIP Intern - Colton Wang

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1.19 Preparing for Ramadan

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Whitman Welcome 2022 v2

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IA Symposium Workshop: “Reclaiming Your Community” with Majora Carter

Lin-Manuel Miranda said it best…“My musical, In the Heights, explores issues of community, gentrification, identity, and home, and the question: Are happy endings only ones that…

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Final Public Oral Examination of Arjun Potter

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A CROSS TO BEAR: THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN SHAPING ATTITUDES TOWARDS REFUGEE IMMIGRATION IN EUROPE, Srishti Ghosh, UG '23 (3967977)

The Russia-Ukraine crisis has spurred a new wave of refugee immigration to neighbouring European countries including Poland, Germany, and Georgia. This story is, of course, not a new one –…

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Mapping the US Agrifood System at the County-Level, Peter Nixon, Postdoc (3967278)

With the goal of informing local food-action planning, we developed the first county-level database detailing agrifood consumption and production across 3,114 counties in the United States. The…

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How Nature’s Tiniest Soda Could Help Feed the World: The Story of the Algal Pyrenoid, Eric Franklin, G4 (3965535)

Plants are responsible for almost everything around us. Not just as crops for us or livestock to eat, but also for the wood that makes up our houses and furniture, the cotton that we wear as clothes,…

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A New Approach to Coral Reef Management: the Integrative Medicine Framework, Minal Patel, UG '25, (3964747)

Coral reef ecosystems are home to more than 25% of aquatic life and are relied upon by the human population whose dependence on coral reefs has grown in recent decades for food, our coastlines, and…

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How food waste valorization fights climate change, Jinjin Chen, G2 (3955569)

To address climate change and reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, there is an urgent need to reduce the emissions from food waste landfilling. Food waste valorization to value-added products has…

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Developing a Theoretical Model to Advertise Cultured Meat to the Orthodox Jewish Community: An Analysis of Manischewitz Matzah and Plant-Based Meat Advertising as Case Studies, Alexandra Orbuch, UG '25 (3961415)

Although machine-made Matzah, the unleavened bread ritually eaten on the Passover holiday, was first met with pushback from the Orthodox Jewish community as an alternative to traditional handmade…

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Exploring "The Global Ghetto" Rome, Venice and Krakow

2011 PIIRS Global Seminars

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04-05-2022 EGR 219

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