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Winners will travel across twelve countries during Spring 2018 to conduct research on international studies.
Gender and the Trans-Pacific World explores the significance of gender and “Pacific World” frameworks to understand the connections between the lands, people, cultures, and environments that are in and border the Pacific Ocean.
Examining the Global Reach of Algorithms explores the increasingly important and multifaceted roles that algorithms play in politics, media, science, organizations, culture, and the construction of the self across heterogeneous global settings.
This project aims to chart a course to resolving the decades-old conundrum of why the dinosaurs and myriad other fauna and flora met extinction sixty-six million years ago.
Access to water and sanitation as a human right means that everyone, without discrimination, should have access to adequate amounts of safe and affordable water. This group explores the policies and procedures of governments committed to water and sanitation for their citizens.
The overarching goal of this initiative is to strengthen the university's expertise in different scientific areas by establishing a truly interdisciplinary and mutual knowledge exchange between students and faculty.