April 2016

IAS Faculty Members Present at the UW Teaching and Learning Symposium

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Three IAS faculty members presented at 2016 Teaching and Learning SymposiumUrsula Valdez  presented “Assessing Group Dynamics and Efficiency of Collaborative Assignments” in collaboration with Jeff Jensen from STEM, and “From Cascades to Andes: A Collaborative Online International Learning Experience”. ...

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IAS Welcomes 11 New Faculty Members

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IAS has hired eleven new faculty members for 2016-17 across fields including arts practice, community psychology, ethnic studies, law & policy, literature, writing & rhetoric. Short bios for each are found below:

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Mina Hooshangi thrives as a project manager at Boeing

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Mina Hooshangi ('11, Community Psychology) is a Project Manager at The Boeing Company. A part of the Engineering community, her role specifically focuses on supporting mentoring, internships, onboarding, and skills management initiatives. Mina has used her IAS education to help her excel within three diverse positions at Boeing beginning in Quality, moving over to Employee Development, and now testing the waters with Project Management—all within a short four-year period. In addition, she serves as the Communications Chair on the Boeing Women in Leadership Executive Board.

At UWB, Mina became deeply involved with campus life and found her passion for higher education...

 

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Namita Paul Exhibits Unyielding at UW Bothell

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First year Master of Arts in Cultural Studies student Namita Paul’s visual art project Unyielding is currently on exhibit at UW Bothell.  Unyielding was a set of visual responses to several readings, principally Nella Larson’s “Quicksand” and Fae Myenne Ng’s “Bone,” made over the course of a quarter at the University of Washington Seattle. This piece carries within it ...

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micha cárdenas publishes in Contemptorary

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IAS faculty member micha cárdenas’s article, “What if we Got Free,” was published yesterday in CONTEMPTORARY, a new cyberspace project covering women of color and indigenous women queering the art world, queers disrupting white hegemony, immigrants and those displaced due to war, occupation and colonialism who breach all terrains. The project ...

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