IAS News

Creative works of Susan Brown reach local and international audiences

image from Mythical Magical Physickal Madness

Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing & Poetics alum Susan Brown (’14) has been busy!  Her artist book Mythical Magical Physickal Madness was included in the Heroic Works exhibition at University of Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries last summer. In October, a second copy was exhibited at Seattle's Antiquarian Book Fair, which showcases thousands of rare and antiquarian books and ephemera.

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Grewal and Huston discuss their careers in mental health and sustainable agriculture

Jasleena Grewal and Aaron Huston

Alums Jasleena Grewal and Aaron Huston met with IAS students to share their career journeys and how they leveraged their time at UW Bothell. Grewal (’13, Environmental Science) is currently working on a psychiatric nurse practitioner degree at Seattle University and is a freelance journalist writing about art, culture, and social justice. Huston (’13, Environmental Studies and Global Studies) is co-owner of Farmstand Local Foods, which supports economically and environmentally sustainable food systems by facilitating connections between local producers and consumers. 

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Alka Kurian leads book chats at Columbia City Library

Alka Kurian

IAS faculty member Alka Kurian led a book chat on Mohsin Hamid's novel The Reluctant Fundamentalist on October 19 at Columbia branch library and moderated a film-screening program at Rainier Arts center on October 20. These programs...

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Amoshaun Toft leads workshops on Community Radio Journalism at area LPFM stations

Amoshaun Toft

IAS faculty member Amoshaun Toft is facilitating a series of workshops at new area Low Power FM radio stations. The first two workshops will be held at the brand new SPACE 101.1 FM studios in the gatehouse for Sand Point at Magnuson Park, where UWB students will act as peer facilitators for workshop attendees from area LPFM radio stations. Participants will include potential programmers for ...

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Adam Romero provides coal products tree to Atlantic article

Coal Products Tree

An archival image collected by IAS faculty member Adam Romero was recently highlighted by environmental sociologist Rebecca Altman in The Atlantic. Altman's article, "How the Benzene Tree Polluted the World," explores the use of tree metaphors in naturalizing the products of the chemical industry.  Professor Romero acquired the image titled, ‘Coal Products Tree’ at ...

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