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IAS student Hannah Horiatis publishes five articles as part of undergraduate research

Hannah Horiatis

Hannah Horiatis published five articles as part of her directed study and undergraduate research with faculty member Kristin Gustafson. The quarter-long project followed an Introduction to Journalism class with Gutafson in autumn 2017 and will contribute toward Peer Facilitation credits in that same class in autumn 2018. During spring 2018 quarter, Horiatis met with two media practitioners ...

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Mingyou Yang obtains 1st place at regional GIS competition and receives award at UW Undergraduate Research Symposium

Mingyou Yang

Environmental Science student Mingyou Yang obtained 1st place at the Richard 'Dick' Thomas Memorial Student Presentation Competition  that was held in Olympia in May 2018. His research was also awarded at the UW Undergraduate Research Symposium by UW’s Population Health Initiative.  His research looked at the spatial distribution of cardiovascular disease induced mortality rate and its relationship with demographic and socio-economic characteristics, and accessibility to services such as ...

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Cristina Cortez awarded Mineral School artist residency

Cristina Cortez

Recent alum Cristina Cortez (’18, MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics) has been awarded a Mineral School artist residency. Mineral School nurtures literary, performing, and visual artists to generate new work and present that work to the public. Cortez is part of the fourth cohort of residents, who will spend two weeks this summer living and working at the Mineral School, a transformed 1947 school building located in a small lake town at the foot of Mt. Rainier. 

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Amaranth Borsuk interviewed about her new book, The Book

Amaranth Borsuk

Whether you think it's on its way out or a permanent fixture in our culture, there's no denying that we're fascinated with books. IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk, author of the just released volume The Book (MIT Press, 2018), joins host Marcus Smith of the BYU Radio Podcast Thinking Aloud to explore the limits and possibilities of the book as object, as content, and as idea. Tune in at 8pm EST on Sirius XM 143, or listen online.

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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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