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Featured Researcher Spotlight On: Hannah Scates Kettler

Hannah Scates Kettler is a Digital Humanities Research & Instruction Librarian in the Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio at the University of Iowa. In her role, she leads digital humanities projects from inception to preservation, managing the process of creation as well as providing research, development, and instruction support. 1,265 more words


A Brief Trip Report from WebSci 2018

The early part of last week I attended the Web Science 2018 conference. It was hosted here in Amsterdam which was nice for me. It was nice to be at a conference where I could go home in the evening. 450 more words


Growth Through Relationship: From Conversation to Research Project

Veronica Arellano Douglas is Instruction Coordinator at the University of Houston Libraries. She received her MLS from the University of North Texas and is an ALA Spectrum Scholar. 1,609 more words


Ecologist Spotlight: April Blakeslee

Welcome to the Ecologist Spotlight column!

We seek out ecologists with diverse backgrounds and perspectives to highlight their work and share their stories and experiences. Thank you to… 1,414 more words


Factors Affecting the Success of Latino International Students at US Universities and Colleges of Agriculture

Paper presented at:
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Paper won: People’s Choice 2016 IRC: Best Paper Presentation
Hugo Alexander Moran Chavez
Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication… 293 more words


Mathematics at the heart of driving innovation in Irish Smart Manufacturing Research Centre

ECMI Special Interest Groups (SIG) exist to promote collaborative research on specific topics in Mathematics for Industry within Europe. The Math for the Digital Factory SIG brings together university mathematicians working in modelling, simulation and optimisation related to manufacturing with practitioners from manufacturing industry… 605 more words


Sociophysics: Paradigmatic Metaphor


Humans have always tried to understand and communicate their experiences through images and ideas. This human compulsion for expression and explanation gave rise to art, religion, and science. 11,778 more words