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Fall 2020

Confronting Climate Change banner
"Confronting Climate Change" is an analysis of the relationship between climate gentrification and racial segregation in Dade County, Florida.
slide with title of project
The current Registration system is provided by Ellucian Banner. Despite its comprehensive features that meet user needs, students often find it difficult to navigate and register due to the unintuitive design.
Screenshot of Website, with text "Duplin County, North Carolina: A Story of Environmental and Food Justice in the Hog Industry" with an aerial view of a hog farm
A StoryMap that analyzes the hog industry in Duplin County, NC through an environmental and food justice lens.
Screenshot of Website, with test "Feeding Birmingham, AL" featuring a food truck in front of a deli.
This site gives a tour of where the food system has gone wrong in Birmingham, Alabama by mapping food access and food sovereignty.
Senior nursing class from the 1920 Ye Domesday Booke yearbook. (Image courtesy Georgetown University Archives)
Article on the School of Nursing & Health Studies website about the Class of 1920 nursing students during the flu pandemic.

Spring 2019

DC row houses
This website explores gentrification as it relates specifically to DC neighborhoods.

Spring 2018

Annotated Darkroom: Where is Alice?
How did we get to our current moment of "post-truth" in media and photography?
Screenshot of Data Viz from Digital Witchcraft Webpage
Digital Witchcraft investigates the dialogue and images of witch films.

Spring 2011

The Palestine Poster Project Archives
The Palestine Poster Project's original goal was to provide graphic resources, specifically Palestinian and Zionist poster art, to American high school educators teaching the history of the Palestinian-Zionist conflict.