Faculty and Staff

Visiting Scholars

The School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (IAS) welcomes visiting faculty, researchers, and artists from across the U.S. and around the world. IAS hosts a limited number of visiting scholars at one time. In selecting visiting scholars each year, IAS looks for a good fit between the research interests of the prospective visitor and IAS faculty members.

Recent IAS Visiting Scholars have included:
 

Kellie Gon├žalves
English Department
University of Bern, Switzerland
 

Visiting Associate Professor
IAS Faculty Sponsor: Crispin Thurlow

Professor Gon├žalves received her BA in German and Politics from New York University and her PhD in English Linguistics from the University of Bern. Her monograph entitled Conversations with Intercultural Couples (Akademie Verlag) will be published in Spring 2013. Her two current research projects focus on adventure tourism guidebooks and language contact and communicative strategies within domestic labor contexts among Portuguese-speaking domestics and their Anglophone clients in New Jersey. She will be in residence at UW Bothell in Autumn 2012.


Jungyeop Shin
Geography Education Department
Seoul National University, Korea


Visiting Associate Professor
IAS Faculty Sponsor: Jin-Kyu Jung

Professor Shin received his BA and MA in Geography Education from Seoul National University and his PhD from the Department of Geography at SUNY-Buffalo. His teaching interests center on geography and environmental education, with an emphasis on urban geography and quantitative spatial analysis. His research projects focus on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and urban quantitative analysis. He is particularly interested in urban polynucleation and urban-regional analysis using GIS. He will be in residence at UW Bothell from Winter 2013 to Autumn 2013.


 

 

How to Become an IAS Visiting Scholar

Visiting scholars enrich the IAS and UW Bothell community by participating in school events, collaborating on research projects and symposia, and interacting with faculty members, students, and staff. Prospective visitors need to secure an IAS “sponsor”: a faculty member in IAS whose research interests align with theirs and who is willing to speak in favor of their visit. Prospective visitors should also identify at least two additional IAS faculty members whose interests align with their own. Learn more HERE (download PDF guidelines).