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Graduate Research Showcase

This year brought about greater visibility of graduate research at UWT. The mission of our past chancellor to build a community of scholars can be seen through a number of new events, including TacTalks and the Graduate Research Showcase in Fall and Spring. TacTalks Margaret Lundberg shows how a diarist create identity through community. Dan Smith … Continue reading

writing

How do you learn best?

Most of us have preferences for how we learn. When information is delivered through modes and styles that are less comfortable, some of us can adjust to the shift rather easily while others find it more challenging. Some people experience extreme stress when content and delivery of content pushes us too far outside our comfort … Continue reading

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Revisiting TIAS 502 -Culture and Public Problems

TIAS 502 Culture and Public Problems Analysis of how public problems are constructed and preferred solutions defined. Examination of how institutional, professional and political actors make claims about the nature of a problem, its causes and appropriate domains of action – e.g., medical or legal, private or public. Identify elements that informed your learning? Here are … Continue reading

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Spring Graduate Research Showcase

Please join us for the Spring Graduate Research Showcase ! When: Thursday, May 22nd Where: Center for the Study of Community and Society (CSCS) in TLB 3rd Floor Times Session 1: 4:30-5:40 – TacTalks  A lighting talk event showcasing UWT’s Grad Students around the theme of “Community.” Session 2: 5:30-7:00 – MAIS Research Exhibition Students in the IAS Masters program … Continue reading