Humanities

Juneau Wearable Art Extravaganza’s winning design includes discarded COVID-19 vaccine vials

Amy Dressel and Nic DeHart were the winners of this year’s Wearable Art Extravaganza organized by the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council. The concept of their outfits was called “So Long and Thanks For All The Fish”. (Photo courtesy of the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council) https://media.ktoo.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/28WearableArt.mp3 Every year, the …

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BIG ARTS Unveils Exhibition Featuring Works by FSW Alumni | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

GREAT ARTS BIG ARTS will welcome seven emerging artists who are alumni of Florida SouthWestern State College in an exhibition titled “Fast forward,” June 4 to July 31 at the Dunham Family Gallery. “Fast forward” is a multimedia exhibition in which artists imagine the future from the perspective of a …

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Ohio State University selects Dr. Melissa L. Gilliam as new provost

Ohio State University has chosen University of Chicago vice-provost Dr. Melissa L. Gilliam to become its next provost later this summer. Gilliam, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, will assume the new role on August 1, pending approval from the Ohio State University board of trustees. She will be the first …

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Freshmen Team Wins Award at HERA National Conference | New

The team offered a high school course, St. Louis Problem Solvers, which aims to educate students on both sides of the Delmar divide and involve them in the development of a solution. Recommending collaboration with community partners including students, parents, teachers and municipal organizations, the aim of this program is …

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Re-examinations of the past, present and future in a new book on environmental humanities

To a geologist, 200 million years may seem like the blink of an eye. For a historian, the The 18th century is still very relevant. And for researchers grappling with climate change, future scenarios provide compelling reason to act now. In the new book, “Timescales: Thinking Across Ecological Temporalities,” Bethany …

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Opening of the ACAA grant cycle for the Arts and Humanities project

Pacific Daily News Posted at 10:23 a.m. ChT May 26, 2021 TO CLOSE Julie “Jill” Benavente talks about her life as a master sculptor and CHamoru body ornament artist in an interview with Anne Wen of PDN. Pacific Daily News The Arts and Humanities Council has opened its grant cycle …

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Nominations sent to the Senate on May 26

The White House Daryl W. Baldwin, of Ohio, member of the National Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences for a term expiring Jan. 26, 2024, Vice-Camila Ann Alire, term expired. Genine Macks Fidler, of Florida, will be a member of the National Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences …

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English graduate student receives James J. Hudson doctoral scholarship in humanities

Submitted photo Christopher Borntrager Christopher Borntrager, PhD student in the Department of English, received one of the 2021-2022 James J. Hudson Doctoral Fellowships in Humanities from the Graduate School and International Education. Each prize is $ 1,500 and is awarded to a graduate student nominated by the Department of Comparative …

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a conversation with Kasey Grewe, MD, and Niesha Voigt, MD

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors were plunged into unfamiliar roles, where they sometimes had to make life and death decisions. Here are some of their stories. PSYCHPEARLS PODCAST The initial wave of COVID-19 flooded New York hospitals with patients in urgent need of medical attention. Despite the …

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GATE 2022 to have new papers

Image source: PTI / REPRESENTATIONAL IIT-Kharagpur will organize GATE 2022 DOOR 2022: Applicants for the Engineering Graduate Aptitude Test (GATE 2022) may appear for two more articles in the coming year. The decision was made at a National Coordination Board (NCB) -GATE meeting held on Saturday. At the board meeting, …

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