April 2016

Policy Studies Alumni Share their Career Paths with Students

Four Policy Studies alumni recently met with current Policy Studies students to share their career trajectories and lessons learned along the way. Collectively, they highlighted the value and relevance of  their education, which built skills in research and analysis, program administration, critical thinking, advocacy, and collaboration.  Alumni included: Mariah Crystal (’10),  Jefferson Ketchel (’08), Vy Nguyen (’12), and Josh Thompson (’11).

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Rebeca Rivera Awarded Husky Green Award

IAS faculty member Rebecca Rivera was awarded a Husky Green Award. Rebeca’s award is in recognition of her leadership role in the effort to create a campus community garden at UW Bothell. The idea behind this project is to ...

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Ben Gardner Presents at Conference on “Elite Discourse” in Bern, Switzerland

IAS faculty member Ben Gardner presented a paper and participated in a round table conference on “Elite Discourse” in Bern, Switzerland co-organized by IAS affiliate faculty member Crispin Thurlow and Adam Jaworski. The interdisciplinary round table brought together ...

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Rob Trumbull Speaks on Visual Culture and Delivers an Invited Talk on the Death Penalty

IAS faculty member Rob Trumbull presented "Seeing and Believing: Derrida on Faith and the Moving Image" as part of a seminar organized around the theme of "Visual Culture and Its Discontents" at the annual conference of the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA), hosted by Harvard University.  He also ...

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Recent Article by Becca Price Named as “Editor’s Choice” in Science

IAS faculty member Becca Price and her co-author Kathryn Perez had their recently published article, “Beyond the Adaptationist Legacy: Updating our Teaching to Include a Diversity of Evolutionary Mechanisms,” named as an “editor’s choice” in the April 15 issue of Science.  The recognition calls ...

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