Professor Philip Arnold is a co-P.I. in two major grants awarded this fall:
- NEH Digital Humanities Planning Grant for online atlas of the Oral History of Onondaga Lake (August 2015-October 2016) with Jane Read (Geography) and Rachel May (SU Sustainability)
- EPA Grant "The Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address as a pathway to Stewardship Education in the Onondaga Lake Watershed” (October 2015-October 2016) with Rachel May and Center for Native Peoples and the Environment (SUNY-ESF)
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Hannah Nast graduated in 2013 with a BFA after dual majoring in Art Photography and Religion. She was chosen as an Engagement Scholar for Imagining America for the 2013-2014 academic year through whom she is continuing her education by pursuing a Certificate of Advanced Study in Information Innovation from the School of Information Studies. Hannah hopes to continue her interest and love for religion by working for an NGO or NPO with a focus on religion based issues and conflicts. Her dream is to return to London and to resume working for Encompass: The Daniel Braden Reconciliation Trust which brings young adults from Israel, Palestine, Indonesia, the UK and the US together.