January 2017

Richard Buzard discusses his graduate studies in geology at University of Alaska Fairbanks

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Richard Buzard ('15, Environmental Science) is a master’s candidate studying geology and remote sensing at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He uses aerial and satellite imagery, unmanned aerial vehicles, and high-grade GPS to measure changes in Alaska’s coastline. Richard is currently an Alaska Sea Grant fellow working on two projects which aim to determine past and current rates of shoreline retreat in nearly a dozen villages surrounding Bristol Bay. He is working closely with partners from the Department of Natural Resources, NOAA, Borough of Indian Affairs, Bristol Bay Native Association, and several Alaskan organizations. While his objectives are primarily focused on producing high-resolution datasets, a bulk of the work hinges communicating with people from diverse backgrounds.

Richard transferred to UW Bothell from Cascadia Community College...

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Alka Kurian publishes "Post-colonial Transgression in Deepa Mehta's Feminist Quartet"

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IAS faculty member Alka Kurian published "Post-colonial Transgression in Deepa Mehta's Feminist Quartet," in Aysha Iqbal Viswamohan and Vimal Mohan John's co-edited collection of essays Behind the Scenes: Contemporary Bollywood Directors and Their Cinema.  In this chapter Kurian ...

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