January 2019

Kristin Gustafson and Hannah Horiatis featured in UW Bothell News

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IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson's Introduction to Journalism course was covered in a feature on UW Bothell's News site. The article, which also features alum Hannah Horiatis ('18, Media & Communication Studies), begins:

"When University of Washington Bothell students learn journalism through community newspapers, they also learn about the ethnic and geographic communities served by the papers," said Kristin Gustafson ...

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Kat Sweet is changing the world through bikes

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Kat Sweet enrolled at UW Bothell with 20 years of experience as a mountain bike competitor and coach.  After earning her degree in Society, Ethics & Human Behavior in 2011, Sweet started her own mountain bike coaching business — Sweetlines — with an interactive, interdisciplinary approach she’s still using. “To have a school where everything is interactive, where you had an interdisciplinary look at every topic, has absolutely helped my business be something greater than just about bikes,” Sweet said. Read how ...

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David Gordon makes the case for fare-free transit

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IAS alum David Gordon is a policy analyst at Nickerson & Associates, a consulting firm in downtown Seattle, focusing on transportation issues. Currently, Gordon is working on a proposal with Dr. Peter Nickerson advocating for fare-free transit across King County with the ultimate goal of getting an initiative on the 2019 ballot. In December, Gordon made the case for free transit as ...

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Melanie Malone wins an Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project Award

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IAS faculty member Melanie Malone won an Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project Award. The awards are single-year grants intended to support action-oriented and publicly-focused collaborations between academics, students, and non-academic activists. Malone will be assessing homeless populations' exposure to potentially harmful contaminants by sampling contaminants in homeless rest areas in several cities across the U.S.

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“An interview with Kari Lerum” published in Sex Matters: The Sexuality & Society Reader

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An interview with IAS faculty member Kari Lerum is featured in the 2019 edition of Sex Matters: The Sexuality & Society Reader. The edited volume spotlights 10 leading researchers in the field of sexuality studies. Lerum is interviewed on her research trajectory and philosophy regarding commercial sex.

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