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With and Against the Grain: Bread in the Late Anthropocene

Alice Julier Director of the Center for Regional Agriculture, Food, and Transformation (CRAFT), Associate Professor, and Director of Food Studies at Chatham Grains play a major part in developing…

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Canada: Our Friendly Neighbour to the North

Dr. Daniel Veidlinger Comparative Religion and Humanities Department CSU, Chico Canada is the second largest country in the world and sits just to the north of the United States with the longest…

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Women and World War I in the Middle East

Dr. Serpil Atamaz Assistant Professor of History California State University, Sacramento Dr. Serpil Atamaz reveals the truths behind gender separation during World War I. She reveals how studies of…

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History of CSU Chico (1960-)

Joe Crotts CSU, Chico Meriam Library; Head of Library Government Documents and Library Circulation/ Interlibrary Services/ Reserve The intent of Joe Crotts’ paper about the history of…

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An Epic Approach to Sustainability

Marc Schlossberg Faculty, University of Oregon Jessica Barlow Faculty, San Diego State University The presenters describe the Educational Partnership for Innovation in Communities (EPIC)…

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The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act: an Overview of the Law and County Compliance in the Sacramento River Hydrologic Region

Alison Divine Environmental Advocates Director, CSU Chico Community Legal Information Center Natalie Carter Executive Director, Butte Environmental Council The Sustainable Groundwater…

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Boys Adrift Part 1

Leonard Sax, MD, PhD A growing proportion of boys today regard academic achievement as something girls care about. Working hard to get straight A’s in the era of Eminem and John Mayer and…

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The Influence of Sustainable Action on Cultural Conflicts in the Middle East

Brandon Michael Smith Student, Wichita State University The valleys formed by the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers are among the most fertile areas in the entire Middle East. To explore his topic, Mr.…

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