January 2018

Thea Quiray Tagle curates exhibition by Minoosh Zomorodinia

IAS faculty member Thea Quiray Tagle has curated a solo exhibition of artwork by Iranian-Muslim multidisciplinary artist Minoosh Zomorodinia, titled "Colonial Walk." The show opened on January 27 at Feast Arts Center (Tacoma, WA) and runs through March 10. Quiray Tagle also hosted a hybrid performance-artist talk by Zomorodinia, which was open to the public and held at UW Bothell on January 25.

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Daniel Lee’s persistence paves career in UX research

IAS alum Daniel Lee (’17) began his career in computer systems while in the United States Air Force, and at one time, he managed over 500 network servers across his base.  After serving, Lee spent nine years managing a usability lab at Microsoft, which cemented his passion for user research and design. It soon became clear that he would need a bachelor’s degree to progress in this sector, but career advancement wasn’t his only motivator.  Lee’s father had been diagnosed with terminal cancer ...

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Paula Waters serves the Woodinville community

Alum Paula Waters (’98, Liberal Studies) attributes her strong commitment to public service to the education she received. “I took an urban studies class at UW Bothell, and it sparked my interest in cities,” she said. “The class helped me learn what makes a city great and how it can function successfully.”

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Dan Berger: Are Florida prisons suppressing an inmate strike or just lying about it?

IAS faculty member Dan Berger published "Are Florida prisons suppressing an inmate strike or just lying about it?," an op-ed in the Washington Post about a whether the state of Florida is suppressing a strike by prisoners. Called "Operation Push," the strike was supposed to begin on Martin Luther King Day and demanded a series of changes to one of the nation's largest prison systems. Yet prison officials have denied the existence of ...

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micha cárdenas and Frances Lee exhibit artworks in Basel, Switzerland

IAS faculty member micha cárdenas is in the exhibition "Future Love: Desire and Kinship in Hypernature" at the House of Electronic Culture in Basel Switzerland. The group exhibition, which opened January 18, 2018, examines the impact of new technologies and social media on our affective relationships and sexuality. The curatorial statement from Boris Magrini states, "Never has the future of our emotional, sexual and familial relationships appeared more exciting ...

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