We're thrilled to see KU Film and Media Studies student Nathan Shapiro's thoughtful short film, "The Deepest Green" in the 2020 FMS Student Showcase! Shapiro was part of a KU Study Abroad & Global Engagement biodiversity class in 2019 taught by Dr. Andrew Short, curator of entomology. Shapiro was able to accompany the class thanks to a special Rudkins Scholars Fund through the KU BI/Natural History Museum, which supports a non-biology student accompanying an expedition team. Five KU undergraduate students were in the class, along with four students from the University of Suriname and staff from the National Zoological Collection of Suriname. The students were trained in tropical fieldwork and a wide range of collecting techniques. Congratulations Nathan!
🎥 View the film: https://youtu.be/jHaY8ObaT10?t=13
The 2020 FMS Student Showcase is now LIVE! Go to https://film.ku.edu/recognition-showcase to see all the hard work our students have done and to celebrate their accomplishments this year!
Sending a very special congratulations to our 2020 Graduates!!!
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