IAS faculty and staff receive Connected Learning Excellence Awards


Eleven IAS faculty members and one staff member have received Connected Learning Excellence Awards for eight projects. The Connected Learning Excellence Award is intended to support UW Bothell faculty and faculty led teams who provide high impact experiential learning opportunities for students. The IAS recipients and their projects for 2021 are:

  • Gavin Doyle & Avery Shinneman - IAS; Dr. Charity Lovitt - STEM
    Project Title: HIPs for FYPPs: Connecting Pre-major Students to High Impact Practices
  • Denise Hattwig & Penelope Wood - UW Bothell/Cascadia College Library; Julie Shayne - IAS
    Project Title: Badass Womxn in the Pacific Northwest Zine made by the students in Dr. Julie Shayne's "Rad Women in the Global South"
  • Ben Gardner, Ron Krabill & Eva Navarijo - IAS; Natalia Dyba - Global Initiatives
    Project Title: UW Bothell Global Scholars Program
  • Melanie Malone
    Project Title: Determining the Roots of Contamination in Urban Community Gardens
  • Anida Yoeu Ali & Masahiro Sugano
    Project Title: Global Media Lab Course
  • Ching-In Chen
    Project Title: BIPOC Story Circle Project
  • Denise Vaughan
    Project Title: Speech and Debate
  • Christian Anderson
    Project Title: Seattle Black Spatial Histories Institute Proposal

Congratulations, all!

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