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Ryan Minton Named Summer Fellow

Ryan Minton (BA History 2025 expected) has been named a summer fellow for the US Law and Race Initiative at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. This initiative, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, brings together large university teaching programs, immersive new forms of digital media content, and community partnership storytelling in order to begin to connect Americans to their history in ways that repair the fractures in our national understanding of race and racialization. The ten-week summer fellowship will include work in their Digital Legal Research Lab and provide an opportunity to try out graduate-level research, discussions, and exploration around the region.

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Fallen Cougars Presentation

Ray Sun and graduate students Jordan Bergstrom, Kyley Canion-Brewer, Cassie Crisman, and Samantha Edgerton will be giving another Fallen Cougars presentation on Thursday 11/9 from 7pm-8pm at the Pullman Depot Heritage Center.

PhD Student Drew Gamboa Chosen as State Humanities Fellow

PhD student Drew Gamboa was chosen to be a state humanities fellow:
Humanities Washington’s Public Humanities Fellowship program supports early-career scholars and professionals who wish to design and implement innovative projects for underserved communities.