October 2019

Wanda Gregory on the representation of race in Doctor Who

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IAS faculty member Wanda Gregory spoke at Los Angeles Comic Con on October 12th as part of a panel exploring the representation of race in the television series Doctor Who and other time travel movies and television shows.  She also had a presentation and extended abstract accepted for the Philosophy of Games Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia this month. Her ...

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UW Bothell recognized for contributions to American Indian and Indigenous Studies

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UW Bothell was recognized in a recent PMLA editor's column for its contributions to the UW's innovative projects in American Indian and Indigenous Studies. Last year, IAS faculty member William Hartmann facilitated a tri-campus collaboration that explored the role of creative community practices in advancing Indigenous wellness. With financial support from the Simpson Center for the Humanities, the UW Bothell Diversity Council, Cascadia College, and the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences ...

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Avery Shinneman: Building Scientific Communication Skills through MythBusters Videos and Community Engagement

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IAS faculty member Avery Shinneman, along with Charity Lovitt (School of STEM) and Kara Adams (Office of Community Engagement), published a book chapter on “Building Scientific Communication Skills through MythBusters Videos and Community Engagement” in a volume on “Communication in Chemistry” from the American Chemical Society.  The chapter describes ...

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IAS Faculty, Alumni & Community Partners Present at Radio Research Conference in Italy

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IAS faculty, alumni and community partners presented two papers on the theme of “Radio as Social Media” at the ECREA Radio Research Conference held at the University of Siena (Italy). The first paper, titled “How we talk to each other: Strategies for sustaining student media,” was presented by Amoshaun Toft and Kristin Gustafson, and was also co-authored by IAS alumn Amani Sawari  ...

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Samantha Penjaraenwatana helps close the gap for first-generation students

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Alum Samantha Penjaraenwatana (’15) was the first in her immediate family to go to college and now she’s helping other first-generation students find their way.  Penjaraenwatana says the support she received at UW Bothell and the mentorship of fellow student Mina Hooshangi (’12) made all the difference. In fact, her experiences inspired her to pursue a professional career in student development, and she is now a graduate student at Seattle University.

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