IAS News

Julie Grimm airs on KBCS

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Media & Communications Studies major Julie Grimm’s news feature was aired on local full power community radio station, KBCS on Feb 16, 2018. The story introduces listeners to SPACE 101.1, a new Low Power FM radio station that started broadcasting in NE Seattle this Fall from Magnuson Park. Julie helped with a ...

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micha cárdenas and Frances Lee exhibit artworks in Basel, Switzerland

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IAS faculty member micha c├írdenas is in the exhibition "Future Love: Desire and Kinship in Hypernature" at the House of Electronic Culture in Basel Switzerland. The group exhibition, which opened January 18, 2018, examines the impact of new technologies and social media on our affective relationships and sexuality. The curatorial statement from Boris Magrini states, "Never has the future of our emotional, sexual and familial relationships appeared more exciting ...

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Frances Lee wins the 2017 Survival Guide Award at the Gender Justice Awards

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2nd year MA in Cultural Studies student Frances Lee was presented the 2017 Survival Guide Award at the Gender Justice Awards on December 14, 2017. Gender Justice League, a prominent advocacy group for transgender, genderqueer, non-binary, and gender non-conforming individuals in Washington state, awards community members who have gone above and beyond in their creativity and impact in creating change. Frances was chosen ...

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IAS students publish in local community newspapers

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Two IAS students, Hannah Horiatis and Nektaryos Xenos, were published in local community newspapers with work first created in Kristin Gustafson’s Introduction to Journalism autumn course. The Bothell-Kenmore Reporter published Horiatis’ “Rent and home prices are rising in downtown Bothell” and Xenos’ “Downtown Bothell project delayed” in December. Students in the community-based-learning-and-research course are assigned to research, visit, blog about, and then write a news article for one of several ...

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Students present research at Seattle Human Rights Day event

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On December 7, the Seattle Human Rights Commission hosted Seattle Human Rights Day, a celebration of local organizations and individuals working to bring positive change to our community and the world.  The pre-program reception featured a poster display by 20 students of the Washington, D.C. Human Rights Seminar, who shared their research on topics, such as child labor in the West African cocoa industry, gender violence in India, and the Syrian refugee crisis.

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