IAS News

Karam Dana featured in Columns Magazine

Karam Dana

Columns Magazine has published an article that imagines what it would be like to take a course with each of the winners of the 2018 Distinguished Teaching Award. The article, What if your class schedule put you in a room with all of this year’s best teachers?, is written by IAS alum Quinn Russell Brown, and features IAS faculty member Karam Dana, one of this year’s winners ...

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Students in “Mapping Communities” course present work at Redmond City Hall

Mapping Communities class at Redmond City Hall

Students in IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung’s “Mapping Communities” course conducted various community mapping projects and presented their works in the Council Chambers room at the Redmond City Hall on June 1.  “Mapping Communities” is a community-based learning and research (CBLR) course that explores new possibilities of dramatic advancement of popularized digital data and mapping technologies, such as Google My Maps, Geographic Webs, StoryMaps, and Collector App. It provides ...

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Media & Communication Studies launches MCS International Student Mentor Program

faculty and students at first meeting

Ten Media & Communication Studies (MCS) international students met on May 31 for the launch of a student mentor program that connects students with faculty members.  IAS faculty member Min Tang, who spearheaded the program, and Kristin Gustafson, faculty coordinator for the MCS Curriculum Area Working Group, held a roundtable discussion where students shared their experiences, questions, challenges, and support they would like to have from MCS and IAS.  The conversation ranged from ...

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Jennifer Atkinson: "Addressing climate grief makes you a badass, not a snowflake"

Jennifer Atkinson

IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson published an editorial on “Ecological Grief” in High Country News.  "Addressing climate grief makes you a badass, not a snowflake" discusses Atkinson’s experience teaching a pilot seminar on the emotional toll of ecological disruption, media coverage and public responses to the course, and the irony of labeling students "snowflakes" ...

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Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies celebrates its second birthday!

group shot from event

Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) students, staff, and faculty, along with supporters at UW Bothell, gathered for a recognition ceremony to celebrate the end of our second year. As is now tradition, the day was dedicated to Dr. Leslie Ashbaugh, beloved colleague who passed away before the degree launched. GWSS faculty member Kris Kellejian shared memories of Leslie and GWSS faculty coordinator Julie Shayne presented student Mica Coronel with the Leslie Ashbaugh Feminist Praxis in Education (LAFPIE) Award.

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