Topic: HASTAC Scholars

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By Staci Stutsman on Oct 20th, 2014
I recently debated with a few of my colleagues about what it meant to cultivate a “comfortable” classroom environment and whether or not that is a...
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By Lauren Cramer on Oct 20th, 2014
 Hello everyone! I would like to introduce myself to the HASTAC/Scholars c/o 2015 community! I am very happy to be a part of this group. First...
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By Adam Gismondi on Oct 20th, 2014
Hello Fellow Scholars!My name is Adam Gismondi, and I'm in the midst of my 4th year in the PhD program in Higher Education at Boston College.  ...
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By Katie Martin on Oct 18th, 2014
Hello!My name is Katie Martin and I am a senior at Purdue University studying both History and American Studies.  I am most interested in the...
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By Jason Luther on Oct 16th, 2014
I'm honored to be back this year as a HASATC scholar rep'ing Syracuse University's Composition & Cultural Rhetoric program. I'm a 4th year...
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By Madeline McAllister on Oct 16th, 2014
Yesterday the Oceans Institute at the University of Western Australia held the second annual Postgraduate Student Conference.Image: Conference...
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By Lisa Tagliaferri on Oct 16th, 2014
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Hi everyone, I have been quite active on HASTAC lately, and am just putting up a formal introduction to the Scholars group.
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By Olga Scrivner on Oct 14th, 2014
WordHoard is a project developed at Northwestern University. This project is named after the Old English word "wordhoard" which means `a vocabulary...
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