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Posted Tue, 15 May 2018 11:00:00 -0700
Nineteen faculty members at the University of Idaho were awarded funding for FY2019 through the university’s Seed Grant program. Sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development, the Seed Grant program helps early career faculty establish a scholarly program. The program aims to promote research, outreach and creative activities that will improve individual faculty competitiveness for external funding and/or will result in publications, patents, recognition, awards or exhibitions/performances. Seed Grant awards ranged from $8,200 to $12,000. Read more
Posted Thu, 10 May 2018 14:14:00 -0700
Faculty members and students at the University of Idaho will explore new ways to use technology as part of their research as fellows of the Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning (CDIL), a partnership between the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) and the University of Idaho Library. Read more
Posted Tue, 08 May 2018 15:51:00 -0700
The CDIL's summer workshop series for selected faculty and graduate student fellows starts on Friday and continues throughout the following week. This year the Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning (CDIL) is collaborating with WSU's Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation (CDSC) to jointly host the symposium at U of I and at WSU. Now called the Palouse Digital Scholarship Symposium, the symposium will cover topics such as textual analysis, web publishing and data visualization. Three fellows from U of I were selected to participate: Renae Campbell, doctoral candidate, historical archaeology; Zachary Turpin, assistant professor, English, and Sarah Nelson, associate professor, modern languages and cultures. Each will pair with one of the fellows from WSU to pitch a joint CDSC/CDIL project at the end of the week. Additionally, Denessy Rodriguez ('19) was selected as the undergraduate fellow for the summer and will be attending and supporting the symposium as well.
Posted Mon, 07 May 2018 14:18:00 -0700
The College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences is proud to announce Kenton Bird, School of Journalism and Mass Media, and Diane Kelly-Riley, Department of English, as the recipients of FY19 CLASS Research Fellowships. Bird will use this funding to continue his biography of Thomas Foley and Kelly-Riley will be working on an edited collection titled "Improving Outcomes: Disciplinary Writing, Local Assessment and the Aim of Fairness." Read more
Posted Tue, 01 May 2018 12:47:00 -0700
Department of English's Scott Slovic, along with University of Hawai'i, Manoa's Peter Quigley, edited a book of essays titled "Ecocritical Aesthetics: Language, Beauty, and the Environment." The book, which was published in April, discusses how beauty influences our relationships with places, other species, and our own lives. The essays suggest that beauty sways how we experience the world and also inspires cultural change. Slovic specializes in ecocriticism and Native American, Western American and environmental literature. Read more
A Better Version of Herself
Moscow gives reluctant Vandal a place to grow in a supportive community.
Access to LGBTQA Literature
Creative Writing student Keegan Lawler built an online database to help others access LGBTQA literature.