The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Recent Grants Awarded

The following Dartmouth professors have received classroom enhancement grants in the 2014-2015 school year.

Pati Hernandez, WGST
Course: Telling Stories for Social Change
Event: Filming, distribution, and discussion of performances at the Valley Vista Rehab Center

Chelsey Kivland, ANTH
Course: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology and Ethnography of Violence
Event: "Nowhere to Go" multimedia event

Sienna Craig, ANTH
Course: ANTH 50.6/COCO 2: HIV/AIDS Through a Biosocial Lens
Guest: Dr. Seth Holmes

Marc Dixon, SOCY
Course: SOCY 23
Event: Screening of film by Sam Mayfield, video journalist

Douglas Moody, WRIT
Course: WRIT 2: Composition and Research I
Activity: Field trip to Northern Stage to see Claybourne Park

Kes Schroer and Sienna Craig, ANTH
Course: Your Inner Chimpanzee
Activity: Field trip to Dartmouth climbing gym

Melissa Herman, WRIT
Course: WRIT 5.10: Biracial Americans
Activity: Field trip to Northern Stage to see Claybourne Park

Ann Ambrecht, ANTH
Course: ANTH 45: Asian Medical Systems
Event: Speakers from Tibetan Medicine, Traditional Chinese medicine, and Ayurveda

Pati Hernandez, MALS
Course: Telling Stories for Social Change
Event: Filming, distribution, and discussion of performances at the Valley Vista Rehab Center

Steven Thompson, WRIT
Course: WRIT 5: Technology's Twisted Sisters: Technophilia, Technophobia, and Technotopia
Guest: Wendell Wallach

Sean Kang, EDUC
Course: EDUC 55: Applying Cognitive Psychology to Education
Guest: Dr. Kalif Vaughn, Williams College

Nathaniel Dominy ANTH
Course: ANTH74 The Human Spectrum
Guest: Professor Pobert L. Kelly, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Wyoming

Terry Osborne, ENVS
Course: ENVS 7: Cover Stories: Community Building and the Environment
Guest: Greg Sharrow, Co-Director, and Director of Education, Vermont Folklife Center

Tanalis Padilla, HIST
Course: From Coca to Cocaine: Drug Economies in Latin America" and "Latin America Rebels"
Guest: Alexander Avina, Assistant Professor of History at Florida State University

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