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New U of I Research Published on Idahoans’ Climate Change Attitudes

Posted 11/20/2019 12:00:00 AM

Dilshani Sarathchandra and Kristin Haltinner, faculty in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, have published a new article titled "Trust/Distrust Judgments and Perceptions of Climate Science: A Research Note on Skeptics' Rationalizations," in the journal Public Understanding of Science. The study uses interviews with residents of Idaho who identify as skeptical of climate change to examine how they rationalize their doubts about climate science and scientists. Read more

Mitch Gibbs Awarded First Berry International Jazz Collections Fellowship

Posted 11/15/2019 11:06:00 PM

The University of Idaho Library has awarded Mitch Gibbs, a senior majoring in music education from Snohomish, Washington, the Berry International Jazz Collections Fellowship. This student fellowship consists of a $4,000 stipend and an additional $500 in research funds. Read more

Sharma to Study Chinese Language in Nepal

Posted 11/13/2019 12:52:00 AM

Assistant Professor of English Bal Krishna Sharma has been awarded a $5,000 University of Idaho Confucius Institute Faculty Fellows Small Grant to conduct research in language ecology in Nepal. Sharma will travel to Kathmandu over winter break to study the cultural and linguistic effects of China's Belt and Road Initiative in Nepal. This project is an extension of Sharma's continuing research on the spread and use of global languages and their impacts on the local linguistic ecology in Nepal. Read more

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