IAS Faculty Receive Scholarship, Research and Creative Practice Awards


UW Bothell has announced the first Scholarship, Research and Creative Practice awards. These awards represent a total investment of $284,000 to advance faculty research and creative practice. The program is intended to support UW Bothell faculty in all disciplines who are starting new projects or relaunching current projects in new directions that have the potential for internal UW and/or external funding. Out of the fifteen one-year seed grants awarded, six were awarded to IAS faculty:

Naomi Macalalad Bragin: “Little Brown Language: A Performance Research Project”

Amaranth Borsuk and Carrie Bodle: “Site/Archive/Cite: An immersive art installation based on the National Archives at Seattle”

Joe Ferrare: “Unequal Ties: Exploring How Social Capital Differentially Shapes Underrepresented Students' College-to-Career Transitions”

Sara Maxwell: “Seabirds and Tropical Ecosystems: Links Under Climate Change”

Jed Murr: “Black Arts Northwest Phase One: Living Omowale”

Caleb Trujillo: “Student-made Models Analyzed on a Large Scale (SMALS)”

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