In spring 2019, six grants were awarded to Yale GSAS students to support the creation of new and innovative educational opportunities using digital and/or online platforms.
Phillip McHarris, “Unpacking Policing in the US”
Patrick Ginther, “The EteRNA Ribosome Challenge”
Simon Stump, “A Flipped Course in Modern Coexistence Theory”
Dina Omar, “Social History Digital Archive: Checkpoints and Border Crossings in Israel the occupied Palestinian territories”
Nirag Kadakia, “Physics through the Looking Glass”
TC Chakraborty, “An introduction to remote sensing and geospatial web application development using the Google Earth Engine”
The Poorvu Center showcased grant projects during an event on Tuesday, December 3, 2019.