Category Archives: International Research

The World Is A Book

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page.” Reflecting on this summer, the words of St Augustine start bouncing around my mind. To travel is to better understand the world in which one … Continue reading

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Greater Than The Sum of Its Parts

In my research and interviews, I have found that there are certain components of my system that already exist to a different degree, function, or extent as what I intend. This is not new news to me, for I was … Continue reading

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Update from Uganda

In June, 2012 professors Sarah Glaser (Biology) and Cullen Hendrix (Government), along with three undergraduate students traveled to Uganda to study the complex relationship between fisheries, food security, and conflict in the Lake Victoria basin, and to establish a joint … Continue reading

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