January 2016

Georgia Roberts Collaborates on Macklemore's "White Privilege II"

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IAS faculty member Georgia Roberts was a community collaborator on Macklemore's new song "White Privilege II."  The song is a result of an ongoing dialogue among musicians, activists, and teachers.

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IAS Alum Jennifer Gess Defends her Dissertation on Queering Counselor Education

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Jennifer Gess (’07) is a PhD Candidate in Counselor Education and Counseling at Idaho State University and recently defended her dissertation: Queering Counselor Education: Situational Analysis of LGBTQ+ Competent Faculty.  After completing her BA in Community Psychology at UW Bothell, Jennifer ...

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Rob Turner Principal Investigator on Stormwater Management Grant

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A group of IAS faculty and students under the leadership of Rob Turner has received a grant from the Green Seed Fund Project to develop best management practices for campus stormwater. The project has been funded at $62,586 and will work to help preserve the North Creek Wetlands by ...

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Three IAS Students are Awarded Prestigious Mary Gates Research Scholarships

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Kelsey Bolinger is a senior majoring in Society, Ethics and Human Behavior and Media and Communication Studies. Her project is titled “Representation of Race and Gender in PEOPLE Magazine.” Kelsey is working under the mentorship of IAS faculty member Julie Shayne.  Bonnie Johnson is a senior in Community Psychology and her project is titled ...

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IAS Alumnus Andy Rheaume elected Mayor of Bothell by City Council

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Environmental Science alumnus and Bothell native Andy Rheaume (’04) has been elected Mayor of Bothell by fellow City Councilmembers.  Andy has served on the City Council since 2012 and was reelected for a second four-year term last November.  Andy writes, “I’m honored to serve our city as the Mayor. The City of Bothell is moving in the right direction. My goal as Mayor is to make sure our quality of life is central to everything the city does, and to make sure decisions of the City Council are balanced and well informed.”

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