ISU Receives $1.7 Million

September 2009
Retort;2009, Vol. 45 Issue 3/4, p5
The article reports on the 1.7 million grants awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to the history department of Idaho State University (ISU) in Pocatello, Idaho. It cites that ISU history professor J. B. Owens has received the award for a project titled "Understanding social networks within complex, nonlinear systems: geographically-integrated history and dynamics GIS." Owen notes that the research project will transform historical research with computational thinking.


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