This collaboration emphasizes the critical needt o rethink the contemporary refugee crisis in Africa and beyond by approaching it as a social and historical formation with the potential to solve the very problems it represents. Building bridges between infrastructure, sustainability, political representation and narrative, this collaborative seminar and workshop series and keynote lecture will explore the generative potentials of refugees as camps develop into communities.
Support for distinguished scholars and scientists speaking in the Jacob Marschak Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Mathematics in the Behavioral Sciences.
This award funds planning meetings to discuss and develop possible coordinated graduate and undergraduate courses, opportunities for student involvement in this area, collaborative research opportunities, and potential service activities.
A day-long series of events assembling academics and media notables from diverse backgrounds in profession, identity, and perspectives to discuss the value of information and the effectiveness of communication during the Trump era. The first panel focused on the 2016 Campaign and Media, and questioned the expectations and predictions media made in contrast to actual election results.