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Wooden Blocks with a the shape of a man stepping on a new block labeled "grants". There is a magnifying glass over the word "grants"
By Wiley Larsen on July 20, 2021

In June, we wrapped up a series of workshops on Grant Writing, led by Dr. Lisa Nielsen from Purdue University. Before Dr.

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Cindy Lee Am I a Conditional American?
By Tracy Viselli on May 24, 2021

On February 10, 2021, Cindy Lee, an ASU graduate student in the Master of Liberal Studies program focusing on personal essay and narrative nonfiction writing, published her first essay in Transformations,  a joint project of the ASU Narrative Storytelling Initiative and the Los Angeles...

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PhD candidate Joseph Gazing Wolf holding baby owl
By Emily Carman on April 26, 2021

Joseph Gazing Wolf was born in a place known as Garbage City.

Manshiyat Nasser, Egypt is an industrial area just east of Cairo. The people who live there serve as the informal trash collectors of metropolitan Cairo. 

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black lives matter protest sign
By Elizabeth Wentz on June 4, 2020

On Memorial Day 2020, George Floyd’s life ended due to a fatal encounter with police in Minneapolis.

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