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On October 9th 2022, MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics alum Nicole McCarthy (MFA 2017) was the keynote speaker for the Greater Gig Harbor Poetry Festival where she red from her new book, The Summoning.
Dr. Shayne, co-coordinator of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, published a piece titled “The Healing
Power of Bikini Kill” in Ms. Magazine about Bikini Kill’s recent performance in the Seattle area.
Jennifer Atkinson gave keynote addresses at the American Museum of Natural History in New York and Evergreen State College in Washington addressing the emotional toll of our climate crisis.
IAS faculty members Jin-Kyu Jung participated as a discussant in the “Go Fund Us? What Crowdfunding Means For the Future of Healthcare Access” workshop session in 2022 Edge of Amazing conference.
IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung has published a coauthored article, “Struggling, helping and adapting: Crowdfunding motivations and outcomes during the early US COVID-19 pandemic” in Sociology of Health & Illness.