September 2015

IAS Students Learn Data Visualization through Community Engagement

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This summer, students in IAS faculty member Katherine Cook’s BIS 232: Data Visualization course partnered with WithinReach, an organization that does policy work around immunizations and breastfeeding, in addition to connecting families to food, child development, and health care access.  

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Rezina Habtemariam Selected as 2015 PAGE (Publicly Active Graduate Education) Fellow

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Rezina Habtemariam, a second-year MA in Cultural Studies student, has been selected as a 2015 PAGE (Publicly Active Graduate Education) Fellow. PAGE is the graduate-student organized network of Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life (IA)...

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Dan Berger Lectures on Decarceration in Ecuador

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger delivered two talks in Quito, Ecuador, about the rise and possible fall of mass incarceration in the United States.  Berger spoke on...

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Kari Lerum Publishes on Amnesty International’s Vote to Decriminalize Sex Work

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IAS faculty member Kari Lerum recently published a commentary on Amnesty International’s vote to decriminalize sex work in The Conversation (an online academic news forum). The article, entitled “Scientists score one over celebrities in battle to decriminalize sex work” compares...

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Julie Shayne Blogs About the Limits of the Tenure Track

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IAS faculty member Julie Shayne writes on “Losing the Tenure Track, Finding Activist Scholarship” in the Gender & Society blog. In her post, Shayne talks about the political freedom she found once she left the tenure track. 

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