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Letter of Solidarity to our Black Students

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Dear IAS students,

We first want to apologize for our delay in getting this message to you. Please do not take our silence as inaction on our part.

From the first ship bringing enslaved people in 1619, to the Colfax, Louisiana massacre in 1873, to the burning of Tulsa this week in 1921, to the police murder of Amadou Diallo in New York in 1999, to Ferguson in 2014, and so many more, state violence with impunity against Black people is everywhere in US history. Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd,Tony McCade, David McAtee. There are so many more names before these that should also be named out loud, exemplifying the Call to Action initiated by the Black students at the Seattle campus, the change.org petition signed by students, faculty, and staff throughout the UW, and the ongoing pain of the Black community, our Black students, our Black faculty, and our Black staff. ...

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Melanie Malone receives Curriculum Innovation Award

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IAS faculty member Melanie Malone and colleagues from an NSF IGERT program won a Curriculum Innovation Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools and Planning. The award honors excellence in teaching and design of learning experiences that are accessible, engaging, and effective for all students. Read the full award annoumcement.

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My Story: Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost!

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IAS faculty member Diana García-Snyder teaches performance, dance, and mindfulness at UW Bothell. Her work centers on dance and movement as healing and transformative practices, and COVID-19 has impacted her teaching in multiple ways.

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Margaret Redsteer publishes “Sand Dunes, Modern and Ancient, on the Southern Colorado Plateau Tribal Lands, Southwestern USA”

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IAS faculty member Margaret Redsteer published “Sand Dunes, Modern and Ancient, on the Southern Colorado Plateau Tribal Lands, Southwestern USA” in Inland Dunes of North America.  In her chapter, Redsteer describes how understanding the past, and documenting the current and future potential for sand dune mobility, provides important insights about climate variability and change, particularly in regions prone to drought. Changes to ...

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Ching-In Chen in @Salon: Queer Sound 2020 Showcase

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s ‘Household Mutations’ was selected for inclusion by curator Samuel Ace for the @Salon Pride: Queer Sound 2020 showcase. In the month of June, sound artists from the showcase will be featured in a Live Zoom series in conversation and performance on Tuesdays, 5p PDT. Ching-In Chen, Ian Hatcher and micha cárdenas will be ...

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