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IA Symposium Fireside Chat with Renita Miller and TIAA CEO Thasunda Brown-Duckett

In this conversation, Associate Dean Renita Miller and TIAA CEO Thasunda Brown-Duckett will discuss her pathway to becoming a fierce advocate for diversity and inclusion and her experiences as one…

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2022 Inclusive Academy Symposium Recap Video

The inaugural Inclusive Academy (IA) Symposium is an in-person two-day diversity conference focused on supporting graduate students and post-doctoral scholars from underrepresented backgrounds, on…

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Respiratory Illness at the Salton Sea: Analyzing Emergency Room Data, Yvette Olivas Biddle, UG '25, (3964029)

The region surrounding California’s Salton Sea has some of the highest rates of asthma in the state. This has been associated with high levels of airborne particulate matter in the region, due…

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Making Models and Mining Mimics: Insights From Computer Vision Into How Biological Systems Solve Visual Problems, Yael Stochel, UG '22 (3965102)

Heliconius butterflies, a genus of butterfly that lives in South America, exhibit Mullerian mimicry, a type of mimicry in which toxic unrelated species evolve to share warning signals to teach and…

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Musical Experience/Experiment through Making a Harpsichord, Joyce Wei-Jo Chen, G4 (3954632)

My dissertation, Musica Experientia/Experimentum, explores the intersection between acoustics, aesthetics, and artisanal knowledge (involved in musical instruments) in the seventeenth century. What…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Rebecca Safran

Rebecca SafranUniversity of Colorado Boulder“From Process to Pattern: Understanding the Mechanisms of Divergence among Closely Related Populations in Various Geographic Contexts”

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HMEI: High Water Line New Jersey "Translating Science Into Art "

The panel discussion “Translating Science Into Art” will bring together artists and outreach experts to explore how the environmental humanities can translate science into art —…

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Galen on Race, Health and Disease: Medicine and Empire in the Roman World - Rebecca Flemming

Galen on Race, Health and Disease: Medicine and Empire in the Roman World - Rebecca Flemming, University of Cambridge

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Inclusive Academy Symposium 2022 Promo video

Learn more about the Inclusive Academy (IA) Symposium and the Best of Access, Diversity, and Inclusion (BADI) awards from Associate Dean Renita Miller.

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AAS Colloquium: Queering Black Studies

Please join the African American Studies department for our spring colloquium, “Queering Black Studies” as we discuss historical, literary, and cultural analyses of Black queer life…

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Race and Racism in the United States Session 2

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OURSIP Intern - Destiny Allen

AliAlea Productions

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ReMatch+ Intern - Ricky Lin

Ambiguity and Updating

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Flower Painting with Erin Heaning '23

In this video, Erin Heaning '23 shows us how to paint some beautiful flowers that we can customize with our own finishing touches. Materials: white paper, paint brushes, paper towel, water,…

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Pop Up Cards with Andy Chen '21

In this video, Andy Chen '21 shows us how to make pop up cards that can display art in a fun and creative way.Materials: Construction paper, tape, and markers Adult Supervision needed: yes Age…

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Utility of Commercial Satellite Shortwave Infrared Multispectral Imagery for Precise Geo-location of Active Wildfires Through Heavy Smoke Clouds over the California Camp Fire, Katie Kolodner, UG '24 (2310561)

The California Camp Fire is California’s deadliest fire to date, largely a result of dry fuel and weather conditions, drought, and directional winds. As I aimed to apply remote sensing to the…

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