Students will work with Professor Walter Hakala to research ancient technologies of water retrieval, storage, and distribution across present-day India along with current efforts to revitalize neglected structures.
This project invites students with a working familiarity of either the Arabic or Devanagari scripts to help collect records of Hindi-Urdu (H-U) inscriptions through collating references and requesting articles and other notices describing them.
Seeking students to examine the ways in which religious texts and scholars circulated across Asia, assembling materials to be employed in a future graduate seminar on the history of translation in Asian religious traditions.
At Inkululeko, we strive to help motivated learners reach their full potential, especially in the face of socio-economic disparities. Our goal with these projects is to create opportunities for SUNY (and other) students to contribute to, and communicate with, the local community.
Unlocking the Future: Empowering Nakivale Refugee Youth with Innovation and Learning. In Nakivale Refugee Settlement, the spirit of innovation is alive, with youth actively engaged in agriculture and vocational projects.
By involving women in sustainable food forums, we can harness their knowledge, skills and agency to develop climate-resilient, gender-responsive, and sustainable food systems that contribute to both environmental and social well-being.
South Sudan's youth are future innovators, leaders, and problem solvers. Yet without education and relevant experience, young people will continue to be ignored and excluded, and communities and ecosystems will continue to suffer.