June 2021

Malak Shalabi among the first to wear a hijab during law school graduation ceremony

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IAS alum Malak Shalabi graduated from University of Washington School of Law this June and may be the first to wear a hijab during the graduation ceremony. In this Seattle Times article, Shalabi discusses her path to law school and the discrimination she’s faced – and transcended.

Shalabi graduated from UW Bothell in 2018 with a degree in Law, Economics & Public Policy. As a student, she researched sectarian violence in Syria and the voices of Syrian people in the United States ...

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Writing reaches new heights

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UW Bothell’s academic journal, The CROW, is a compilation of research-related work written and published by students. The authors come from many different areas of study giving the journal a wide audience. Readers can learn about topics ranging from popular Christian music in Trump’s America to using computer programming to search for trends in the atmospheric compositions of extrasolar planets. 

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IAS students launch 2021 issue of Clamor

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Last week, IAS students gathered in person and online to celebrate the launch of the 2021 edition of Clamor, UW Bothell's literary and arts journal. This year the editors worked entirely remotely on this intensive collaborative project, and you can read more about their process in this profile of the journal by Maria Lamarca Anderson, which features interviews with editors Sanika Nalgirkar and Jennifer Dormier ...

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William Hartmann awarded grant to study Indigeneity and suicide

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IAS faculty member William Hartmann was awarded a Royalty Research Fund Scholar grant to study how Indigeneity and suicide are (mis)represented in mental health research on American Indian and Alaska Native suicide to clarify relevancies of this literature for specific Indigenous communities ...

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Ching-In Chen, Neil Simpkins, Ben Gardner, and Ron Krabill receive Cross-Disciplinary Research Clusters awards

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IAS faculty members Ching-In Chen, Neil Simpkins, Ben Gardner, and Ron Krabill received awards for Cross-Disciplinary Research Clusters from the Simpson Center for the Humanities as part of the Center’s spring funding round. Chen and Simpkins were awarded funding for their second year of “Imagining Trans Futures.” ...

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