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Lampert Institute Fellows – 2017

By Aaron Solle on October 27, 2017

Hunter Filer ’18
Sponsor: Janel Benson
“Efterskole: School for All? Non-Western Immigrant, Descendant, and Refugee Students’ Experiences Regarding Bullying, Fighting, and Isolation in Danish Efterskole”

Filer Abstract
Filer Lampert Paper

 

Holly Geranen ’18
Sponsor: Ashley Taylor

“Presumption of Ability: The Intersection of Disability and Immigration Labels in Education”

Geranen Abstract
Geranen Lampert Paper

 

Angelica Greco ’18
Sponsor: Dai Yamamoto

“Who’s Calling the Shots on Nuclear Decommissioning: A Case Study of Scriba, NY and Vernon, VT”

Greco Abstract
Greco Lampert Paper

 

Matthew Kato ’19
Sponsor: Robert Nemes

“Tourism’s Mixed Bag: An Emic Investigation Into the Impacts of the Tourist Industry in Andalusia, Spain”

Kato Abstract
Kato Lampert Paper

 

 


Woohee Kim ’18
Sponsor: Anna Rios

“Korean Youth Activism and Education: Negotiating Knowledge and Power to Create New Sites of Learning

Kim Abstract
Kim Lampert Paper

 


Benjamin Ringel ’18

Sponsor: Danielle Lupton

“Why States Proliferate? A case study of the factors behind South African Nuclear Proliferation”

Ringel Abstract
Ringel Lampert Paper

 

 

Samto Wongso ’19
Sponsor: William Meyer

“Resource Consumption of Residential Areas in the Suburbs of a Medium-Sized Indonesian City, Palu: An Exploratory Study”

Wongso Abstract
Wongso Lampert Paper

 


Seung-Ah Yang ’19

Sponsor: William Meyer

“How Does Proximity to Public Amenity Affect Subjective Well-Being and Housing Price?: A Focused Study in Yeong-do, Busan”

Yang Abstract
Yang Lampert Paper

 

 

Gabby Yates ’19
Sponsor: Ellen Kraly

“Child Artists of the Australian Nation: A Geographic Analysis of the Story and Legacies of the ‘Child Artists of Carrolup’”

Yates Abstract
Yates Lampert Paper

 

 

 


Lampert Institute Fellowships – 2016

By Aaron Solle on July 15, 2016

Haley Allen ’17
Memory Struggles in the Schoolyard: Chilean Youth in Private and Public Institutions
Sponsor: Heather Roller

Lorelai Avram ’17
Moving towards a Post-Colonial Archaeology: Surpassing Nationalist and Colonial Discourses in South-African Archaeology
Sponsor: Mary Moran

Anne Canning ’17
William Still and the Fight to End Discrimination on Railway Cars in Philadelphia:
Uniting the Abolitionist and Civil Rights Movements in the Fight Against Segregation

Sponsor: Graham Hodges

Sophie Coffman ’17
China Dream; The Art and Rhetoric of Rejuvenation

Sponsor: John Crespi

Weilin (Emily) Gu ’17
The Determinants and Consequences of Irrational School Choice
Sponsor: Yang Song

Angela Jang ’17
Life in a Nuclear Neighborhood: Nuclear Plant Host communities in South Korea
Sponsor: Daisaku Yamamoto

Haesel Kim ’17
Contending Narratives on “Comfort Women” in South Korea and Japan
Sponsor: David Robinson

James Long ’17
Reducing Recidivism in the Juvenile Justice System ­ An Alternative Method:
A Case Study of the James B. Moran Center for Youth Advocacy in Evanston, Illinois

Sponsor: Gregory Wolf

Anh (Julie) Nguyen ’17
Multicultural Education for Ethnic Minorities in Vietnam: A Case Study in Hoa Binh for the Muong, Thai and H’Mong Ethnic Groups
Sponsor: John Palmer

Onyeka Nwabbunia ’17
She Leads Nigeria: Perceptions of Politics, Political representation, and Grassroots
Organizations Among Young Nigerian Women

Sponsor: Mary Moran

Shambhavi Sawhney ’17
Make in India’ and its Economic Impact on the Indian Handloom Sector
Sponsor: Jyoti Khanna

Maria Dorin Shayo ’17
Out of the Calabash and Into the Pillbox:
The Standardization of Traditional Medicine and Related Healing Practices in Tanzania

Sponsor: Harvey Sindima


Announcement of the 2016 Lampert Faculty Scholars

By Aaron Solle on February 19, 2016

As the result of gifts supporting our efforts in internationalization, the Lampert Institute for Civic and Global Affairs is proud to support faculty scholarship in areas that relate to the Institute’s broad mission. Please join us in congratulating the following faculty members for having been awarded the 2016 Lampert Faculty Scholarship to help support their research over the coming months.

  • Ellen Kraly, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies Program
    Ancestors’ Words’: Noongar Writing in Western Australia Government Archives (1860s-1960s)
  • Susan Thomson, Program in Peace and Conflict Studies
    New Life, Raw Hope? Everyday Experiences of Foreign African Refugee Women in Cape Town
  • Jing Wang, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures
    “Integration of Heaven and Human”: A Critical Rethinking of Western Philosophical Views of China 1700s-1900s.

More details on the availability of these funds can be found here.

Members of the community who wish to learn more about the Faculty Scholars program should contact  Jason Kawall, the Director of the Lampert Institute.


Lampert Institute Summer 2015 Fellows in Public Affiars Present Summer Research via Posters

By Aaron Solle on February 2, 2016

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On January 28th, in the Ho Science Center atrium, the Lampert Institute Fellows in Public Affairs recipients presented their research to interested students and faculty via poster presentations.

The fellowship recipients each gave a five to ten minute talk in front of their posters, discussing their research and experience doing work around the world.  Some of the topics included Pediatric HIV and Mental Health in Kenya (Katrina Bennett ’16), Instances of Interaction between Casinos and Schools in Las Vegas (Bobae Kang ’16), and Ethnic Cleansing during the Bosnian War (Sara Sirota ’16).

To review the research conducted by the fellowship recipients and read their academic papers, please visit the Lampert Institute website.

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Lampert Institute Fellows in Public Affairs Poster Presentations, Thursday January 28

By Aaron Solle on January 21, 2016

The Lampert Institute for Civic and Global Affairs will be holding a presentation of research performed by the Summer 2015 Lampert Institute Fellows in Public Affairs on January 28th beginning at 4:30pm in the Ho Science Center Atrium.


Informational Office Hours on Lampert Fellowships and Scholarships

By Aaron Solle on January 21, 2016
Have questions about the Lampert Fellowships in Public Affairs or Summer Language Scholarships? Prof. Kawall will be holding open office hours to discuss these programs (including the application process) for the next three weeks, until Fellowship applications are due (on February 14):
Tuesdays: 10:00am-11:30am
Thursdays: 10:30am-12:30pm
These will be held in the Lampert Insitute office, in the Center for International Programs (101I McGregory Hall). You may also email Prof. Kawall with questions at jkawall@colgate.edu

Lampert Summer 2016 Fellowship and Scholarship Applications Now Open

By Aaron Solle on January 21, 2016

The Lampert Institute for Civic and Global Affairs is proud to announce the summer 2016 Fellowship in Public Affairs and the summer 2016 Language Scholarship.

The Lampert Fellowship in Public Affairs application is due by 5pm on Sunday, February 14th, 2016 and the Lampert Language Scholarship application is due by 5pm on Thursday, February 4th, 2016.

Further information about the fellowship and scholarship can be found here:
http://www.colgate.edu/centers-and-institutes/lampert-institute/fellowships


Lampert Institute has Moved

By Aaron Solle on September 10, 2015

Beginning in fall 2015, the Lampert Institute for Civic and Global Affairs has moved into the Center for International Programs in 101 McGregory Hall.  The Center for International Programs also houses Colgate University’s office of Off-Campus Study and the NY 6.

The grand opening of the new Center will be at 4pm on September 21st.


Lampert Institute Fellowships – 2015

By Contributing Writer on May 26, 2015

Katrina Bennett ’16
Pediatric HIV + Disclosure and Mental Health in Kenya
Sponsor: Ellen Kraly

Hailey Elder ’16
China’s Lost Girls . . . Found!
Sponsor: John Crespi

Tra (Jade) Hoang ’16
The Role of Buddhism in Reconciliation Progress in Modern Sri Lanka
Sponsor: Harvey Sindima

Anan Hossain ’16
Does the Manager’s Sentiments About Political Stability Affect the Production in Individual Firms?
Sponsor: Jay Mandle

Bobae Kang ’16
Instances of Interaction between Casinos and Schools: Mapping Ways the Entertainment Industry Interacts with Schools in Las Vegas
Sponsor: Nancy Ries

Emily Luba ’16
Non-Government Organizations: Forced Migration and Post-Conflict Transformation
Sponsor: Ellen Kraly

Madison Paulk ’16
South Africa Belongs to All Who Live in It”: Francophone Refugee Notions of Citizenship and Social Cohesion in Durban
Sponsor: Mary Moran

Alex Pustelnyk ’16
Politics for the People: Political Legitimacy in Peru’s Informal Housing Settlements
Sponsor: Maureen Hayes-Mitchell

Sara Sirota ’16
Interveners and Perpetrators: Ethnic Cleansing During the 1992-1995 Bosnian War
Sponsor: Valerie Morkevicius


Announcement of Lampert Faculty Scholars, 2015

By Contributing Writer on April 20, 2015

As the result of recent gifts supporting our efforts in internationalization, the Lampert Institute for Civic and Global Affairs is now able to support faculty scholarship in areas that relate to the Institute’s broad mission. Please join me in congratulating the following faculty members for having been awarded a Lampert Faculty Scholarship to help support their research over the coming months.

  • Beth Parks, Department of Physics and Astronomy, for her project “Measuring Air Quality in Uganda”
  • Ryan Solomon, Department of Writing and Rhetoric, for his project “Xenophobia in the Rainbow Nation: Citizenship and Belonging in Post-Apartheid South Africa”
  • Emilio Spadola, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, for his project titled “Spiritual Security: Globalization and the Moroccan Sufi Revival”
  • Kira Stevens, Department of History, for her project “Migration and the Transformation of Identity: Swiss Colonies in 19th- and 20th-Century Russia”

More details on the availability of these funds can be found here.

Members of the community who wish to learn more about the Faculty Scholars program should contact David McCabe, the current Director, or Jason Kawall, who takes over as Director of the Lampert Institute on July 1st.

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