January 2016

IAS Students Featured in Article on North Creek Forest in Bothell

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The Bothell Reporter published an article today on the North Creek Forest that features work being done by IAS students in the Restoration Ecology Network (pictured at left are Environmental Studies majors Nicholas Vradenburg and Kai Farmer). Students from all three University of Washington campuses work to restore portions of the forest, providing fieldwork application of classwork as part of the Restoration Ecology Network (REN). 

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Ray Corona appointed to Seattle LGBT Commission

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IAS congratulates alum Ray Corona (’13, Society, Ethics and Human Behavior) on his recent appointment to the City of Seattle LGBT Commission.  The Commission advises city staff and elected officials on issues concerning the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.  

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Kristy Leissle Contracts with Polity Press for volume on the Global Political Economy of Chocolate

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IAS faculty member Kristy Leissle has contracted with Polity Press for a new volume in their exciting Resources series.  Leissle's book, Cocoa, will address the global political economy of the cocoa and chocolate industries.

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Dan Berger Presents at American Historical Association Conference

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger presented at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association on January 8. Berger delivered a paper entitled “Freedom as Method” about the ways prisoners, slaves, and other people in captivity utilize similar modes of political action. 

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Shauna Carlisle Publishes on Racial Bullying and Adolescent Substance Abuse

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IAS faculty member Shauna Carlisle published an article co-authored with Nursing and Health Studies faculty member Andrea Stone, “Racial bullying and adolescent substance use: An examination of school-attending young adolescents in the United States,” in the Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse. The study explores ...

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