April 2016

Miriam Bartha and Bruce Burgett Discuss Public Humanities at Gonzaga University

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IAS Director of Graduate Studies Miriam Bartha and Dean Bruce Burgett visited Gonzaga University to discuss public humanities.  Bartha delivered an invited talk on “Projects, Partners, Publics: Designs for an Engaged Humanities,” while Burgett ...

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Siobhan Wharton shares career strategies with students

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Siobhan Wharton (’12, Science, Technology & Society) met with students in Rebecca Price’s Capstone Portfolio class (BIS 499) to discuss her career experiences.  A returning student, Siobhan attended UW Bothell while working full-time as a Senior Training Manager and Instructor at AT&T.  A fan of the Pacific Science Center and community science events, she discovered a passion for educating people about science and found a job traveling...

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Dan Berger Speaks on Black Radicals and the Law and Prison Organizing

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Dan Berger participated in a roundtable on "Black Radicals and the Law" at the annual conference of the Organization of American Historians. During the conference, the OAH announced that Berger was appointed to the OAH Distinguished Lectureship Program ...

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Christian Anderson, Ben Gardner, Jin-Kyu Jung, Santiago Lopez, and Adam Romero present research at the 2016 meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco

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Five IAS faculty members presented at the 2016 meeting of the American Association of Geographers in San Francisco, March 29 - April 2. Christian Anderson presented a paper on “performative infrastructure as an urban social force” as part of a session called “outside the wage: spaces, politics, possibilities.” Ben Gardner ...

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Ray Corona shares his career path with students

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Ray Corona (’13, Society, Ethics & Human Behavior) met with Martha Groom’s students to share his career path and advice for the journey.  Ray currently works as a corporate recruiter for LandCare, a national landscaping company.  Ray is also a member of City of Seattle LGBT Commission, a citizen group that advises city staff and elected officials on issues concerning the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.  Ray’s fervent commitment to advocacy extends to other groups.  In former roles as advocacy manager for the Latino Community Fund and student recruiter for UW Bothell, Ray has advocated for fair and equitable policies...

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