June 2017

Drue Nyenhuis focuses career on affecting community change

0

Drue Nyenhuis ('12) majored in Global Studies and Society, Ethics & Human Behavior and minored in Human Rights and Policy Studies at UW Bothell. These IAS programs have helped guide Drue's career toward one of community engagement and public service. While at UW Bothell, Drue participated in the Washington State Legislative Internship, which switched his career focus from law school to politics and public policy. Drue also participated in the D.C. Human Rights Seminar, which further cemented his love for politics and affecting change in his community. Witnessing ...

Read more

MFA Careers and Writing Futures event features journeys of local writers

0

On May 17, four MFA-trained writers met with students and alumni of the MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics program to discuss their career paths. Hosted at  McMenamins Anderson School, conversation centered on the diverse ways writers grow and sustain their creative practices.  Special guests included: MFA alumni Scott Brown (’15), Talena Lachelle Queen (’14) and Natalie Singer-Velush (’16), and local artist Sierra Nelson. ...

Read more

Becca Price publishes on measuring student knowledge of biological concepts

0

IAS faculty member Becca Price published two co-authored papers about measuring what students know about different biological concepts. The first paper describes the Homeostasis Concept Inventory, a tool for assessing undergraduate students’ understanding of a process that is critical to physiology. Briefly, the concept of homeostasis describes the way the body maintains equilibrium, for example regulating a steady blood pressure. The Homeostasis Concept Inventory advances ...

Read more

Alumni Shout Out!

0

Vy Nguyen (’12, Policy Studies) was appointed appointment as legislative aide to Seattle Councilmember Lorena González, where she will serve as policy lead on immigrant and refugee affairs, housing, homelessness, and education.  Joe Shelley (’04, Global Studies), UW Bothell’s Assistant Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, has accepted an offer to become Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. Ben Wiselogle (’12, Global Studies) began a new position as a Foreign Affairs Officer with U.S. Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons.  We wish you all the best!

Read more
Displaying results 21-24 (of 24)
 |<  <  1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 >  >|