Development Design: Hotels and Politics in the Hispanic Caribbean

Development Design: Hotels and Politics in the Hispanic Caribbean

Erica Morawski

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, History of Art and Design

Development Design: Hotels and Politics in the Hispanic Caribbean reveals how hotel design came to represent ideas about development that variably coalesced and clashed with issues of sovereignty, national identity, and geopolitics.

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Environmentally Friendly Printed Circuit Board

Environmentally Friendly Printed Circuit Board

Cindie Kehlet, Jeanne Pfordresher, and Helio Takai

Center for Material Science

Most printed circuit boards are not designed to last long but they are difficulty to recycle because the copper can’t be separated from the resin board.

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Frontiers of Extraction in the Deep Sea

Frontiers of Extraction in the Deep Sea

Jennifer E. Telesca, PhD

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Social Science and Cultural Studies

At a time of mass extinction, when one million species face their ultimate and final decease, evidence is mounting: deep-sea hydrothermal vents, scientists believe, are the birthplace of life on Earth.

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New Art Materials for a New World

New Art Materials for a New World

Eleonora Del Federico

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Mathematics and Science

In the early 20th century there was a call to experiment with new materials and break free from the long-standing traditional methods of artmaking.

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The Hairy Eyeball: Visions on the Fringe

The Hairy Eyeball: Visions on the Fringe

Lara Allen

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Intensive English Program

My research is on mental health with a particular emphasis on institutional abuse committed by “the troubled teen industry.” It focuses on the ways artistic practice can not only relieve but make use of what society deems mental illness.

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The Laboratory for Integrative Archaeological Visualization and Heritage (LIAVH)

The Laboratory for Integrative Archaeological Visualization and Heritage (LIAVH)

Uzma Z. Rizvi, SLAS and Can Sucuoglu, Information

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
School of Information

The Laboratory for Integrative Archaeological Visualization and Heritage (LIAVH) makes connections between technology, archaeological data management, and heritage practice.

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The Vision Room

The Vision Room

Amy Guggenheim

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Humanities and Media Studies

In the belief that the dynamic collision between disciplines, personalities, and processes gives rise to experimentation, innovation, and inquiry, the Vision Room aims to revitalize our work and our pedagogy.

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Transition Design & Resilience Thinking Workshop for Artist Migrants

Transition Design & Resilience Thinking Workshop for Artist Migrants

Rafael De Balanzo Joue

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Math and Science

The goal of the Transition Design and Resilience Thinking Workshop for Artist Migrants is to support cultural agents in successfully integrating in their new cultural ecosystem by giving them more tools to do so.

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