IAS News

Ray Corona appointed to Seattle LGBT Commission

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IAS congratulates alum Ray Corona (’13, Society, Ethics and Human Behavior) on his recent appointment to the City of Seattle LGBT Commission.  The Commission advises city staff and elected officials on issues concerning the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.  

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Joshua Heim Becomes Arts Program Manager for the City of Bellevue

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Joshua Heim (’10, MA in Cultural Studies) has accepted a position at the City of Bellevue as their Arts Program Manager.  In this capacity, he will manage cultural planning, grant making, public art programs, and serve as staff liaison to the Bellevue Arts Commission.

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Vy Nguyen Co-presents Report on “Brain Waste” among WA State Immigrants and Refugees

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Vy Nguyen (’12, MA in Policy Studies) has focused the past year on workforce and education issues related to immigrant integration, particularly the issue of "brain waste" among foreign-educated immigrants. Many immigrants and refugees bring a wealth of knowledge and experience yet find it difficult to continue their professional careers in the U.S. This enormous underutilization of human resources has been dubbed “brain waste,” and OneAmerica’s report details ...

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Alums Hillary U and Zaheeda Edwards advise students through IAS Mentor Chats

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This fall’s Mentor Chats featured alumni working in the business sector.  Hillary U ('10, Culture, Literature and the ArtsSociety, Ethics and Human Behavior) and Zaheeda Edwards (’95, Liberal Studies) met with students to discuss their career trajectories and the value of interdisciplinary training within corporate settings.   Both highlighted ...

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MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics Alumni are Publishing Widely

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MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics alumni are publishing widely!  Issue 5 of Small Po[r]tions, a twice yearly journal of short[er] work and multi/intermedia art, has hit the web.  Co-editors include ...

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