June 2020

Jennifer Atkinson: Why the Covid Gardening Boom is About More than Food

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson published an article on Why the Covid Gardening Boom is About More than Food with Earth Island Journal. The piece explores some of the reasons behind the surge in gardening's popularity during a time of pandemic, police violence, and protest. Atkinson interviewed University of Washington Bothell students and gardeners across the U.S., including the founders of Black Sanctuary Gardens, which ...

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Sarah Ramirez selected as UW McNair Scholar

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Acceptance to the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program is yet another notable achievement of “firsts” for first-generation college student Sarah Ramirez, a junior in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences. As a freshman, Sarah was also selected to join the inaugural cohort of the UW Bothell Global Scholars Program, in which she studied comparative law and politics in Rome through the Law, Societies and Justice program at the UW. Now, as a ...

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Cristina Cortez publishes Tawantinsuyu: Poems of the Time of the Inca

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MFA alum Cristina Cortez (’18) has published a new book, Tawantinsuyu: Poems of the Time of the Inca, a bilingual English/Spanish edition. A representation of the Andean past, each poem is a celebration of the cultural achievements of the indigenous people and is written from the perspective of the structures that were built during the Inca period. “Tawantinsuyu would not ...

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A Message to the IAS Class of 2020

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Dear IAS 2020 Graduates,

We’re so sorry that we cannot celebrate in person with you this year, but the IAS faculty and staff wanted to make this video to mark how proud we are of all of you!

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Deborah Hathaway receives UW Bothell Outstanding Community-Engaged Scholar Award

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IAS faculty member Deborah Hathaway was honored with the 2020 UW Bothell Outstanding Community-Engaged Scholar Award, which recognizes impactful community-engaged scholarship by a UW Bothell faculty member. Hathaway’s community-engaged scholarly work centers around creating community through performance. In her seven years in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences and First Year Pre-Major Program, Hathaway has partnered with several organizations:

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