Saturday, January 19, 2008

Ongoing in New Orleans

For the past year and a half, the project's activities have typically been confined to less than two weeks. It's often something data collection related.

For the next seven weeks, it's going to be different. A Dartmouth undergraduate will be in New Orleans full time throughout the winter quarter.

Justine started on Monday. I flew down to New Orleans on Thursday, so we can coordinate what's going to happen with greater detail. No data collections are planned in the coming weeks.

Instead, lots of community engagement.


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