Press Release Cross-posted from hastac.org November 11, 2016 Duke University, Durham, NC — The Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) announced today that Arizona State University has been selected as HASTAC’s new...
Dr. Louise Lennihan Arts and Sciences Grants Awarded to Six GC Students The Futures Initiative is delighted to announce that the first annual Dr. Louise Lennihan Arts and Sciences Grants will be awarded to six...
On Monday, November 14 the Futures Initiative hosted “Media Blackness,” an engaged conversation about the rendering of blackness in, across, and through multiple forms of media. The discussion included multiple perspectives on the intersections of blackness and...
The Futures Initiative is sponsoring a Teach In/Learn In on Tuesday, November 15, 11-1 in room 3317 to address issues of relevance to our students in the wake of this year’s election. Please bring ideas, syllabi, lesson...
Student-centered pedagogy: Non-hierarchical learning structures that emphasize peer learning, peer mentorship, and student agency.
Technology: Using network and communications tools to build community and foster greater access.
Leadership: Equipping graduate students to expand career horizons and connect their learning to the world.
Research: Conducting meaningful, high-level research and connecting it with communities in creative ways.
Advocacy: Promoting institutional change, social justice, and the reinvestment in higher education as a public good.
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