November 2020

Julie Shayne presents paper at Critical Border Crossings: Stories, Texts and Their Feminist Travels symposium

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IAS faculty member and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies faculty coordinator Julie Shayne presented her paper titled “Expanding the Narrative: An Open Access Book Celebrating 50 Years of GWSS” at the Critical Border Crossing symposium. Shayne’s paper was about her new book Persistence is Resistance: Celebrating 50 Years of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies.

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Mari McMenamin: Border Stories

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IAS student Mari McMenamin's podcast on life at the Mexico/Southern California border for 91.3 KBCS (Bellevue College’s award-winning community radio station serving the Seattle-Tacoma region) is featured in an article from Bellevue College News. At KBCS ...

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Chris McRae helped build veteran-friendly campus

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Randall Christopher McRae helped make the University of Washington Bothell a veteran-friendly campus. After his military service, McRae attended UW Bothell and received a degree in Community Psychology in 2012. During his time on campus, he helped develop the Student Veterans Association and served as one of its first presidents. He raised funds for the Veterans Archway, which was dedicated in 2013 to honor student veterans.

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EJ Juárez: Understanding the architecture of power

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EJ Juárez, a 2013 Master of Arts in Cultural Studies graduate, who now is the public policy manager for Group Health Foundation, will lead a UW Bothell What If…? Conversation on Nov. 12. Juárez will discuss how we might think differently about public spaces and institutions, like libraries. “They’re a place where people are seeing and interacting with other people, where they are learning a skill, where they are finding their own imagination,” he said. “I am interested in the design of those spaces and the impact of that on our democracy and society.”

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Q&A: First-generation students

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In honor of National First-Generation College Celebration Day on Nov. 8, a few of UW Bothell’s first-gen students answer questions from Director of Communications Maria Lamarca Anderson. Included are three IAS students: Hieu Doan, a Black and Vietnamese senior in Interactive Media Design; Jacky Guzman, a Mexican-American transfer student from Everett Community College majoring in both American & Ethnic Studies and in Society, Ethics & Human Behavior, with a minor in Diversity Studies; and Maritza Lauriano Ortega, a Mexican/Latina senior in Environmental Studies with a minor in Human Rights.

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