Co-Sponsored by the Institute for Advanced Study, Digital Arts, Sciences, & Humanities Program, and Research Computing.
Eight fellowships in the amount of $7,000 have been awarded to the following University of Minnesota graduate students, who will explore the intersection of data and humanity this summer. Congratulations to them all!
- Manami Bhattacharya: The effect of mental illness on outcomes among older women with breast cancer. Health Policy and Management, School of Public Health
- Yuming Fang: Empowered social bots: Content analysis of bots-created anti-vaccine information on Twitter. Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication, College of Liberal Arts
- Johnathan Hardy: Ornithological Empire: A Spatio-Analytical Approach to Mapping the Qing Dynasty’s Compendium of Birds (鳥譜, niaopu) (1736 – 1795 CE). Department of Art History, College of Liberal Arts
- Milica Milic-Kolarevic: Law of Gift Gratitude: Serbian Oncology Practices. Department of Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts
- Jennifer Nicklay: Community Land and Food Lab Meetings: Facilitating Co-Learning Spaces for Urban Agriculture in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN. Department of Soil, Water, and Climate, College of Food, Agricultural, and Natural Resource Sciences
- Prerna: Aerial Eyes 1. Department of Art, College of Liberal Arts
- Hayden Teachout: Aerial Eyes 1. Department of Art, College of Liberal Arts
- Sultan Toprak Oker: Harmony of Discordance: Machine Vision, Alcohol Networks, and Taverns. Department of History, College of Liberal Arts
- Rebecca Walker: Critical Cartography for Urban Environmental Planning: Exploring the role of participatory mapping in the quest for environmentally just cities. Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Full details about the Human in the Data MnDRIVE Summer Fellowship Program can be found here.