IAS News

David Gordon makes the case for fare-free transit

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IAS alum David Gordon is a policy analyst at Nickerson & Associates, a consulting firm in downtown Seattle, focusing on transportation issues. Currently, Gordon is working on a proposal with Dr. Peter Nickerson advocating for fare-free transit across King County with the ultimate goal of getting an initiative on the 2019 ballot. In December, Gordon made the case for free transit as ...

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Simone de Rochefort finds success as digital media journalist

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IAS alum Simone de Rochefort (’13, Culture, Literature & the Arts) produces videos for Polygon, a top website for video game news and reviews. While her affinity for video games began long before college, the possibility of building a career around this passion crystalized at UW Bothell. “I would not be where I am today ...

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Nicole Sanderson promoted to Director of Finance & Customer Care role at UW Bothell

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IAS alum Nicole Sanderson has accepted the newly created role of Director of Finance & Customer Care with UW Bothell Facilities Services and Campus Operations (FS&CO).  Sanderson is a Certified Educational Facilities Manager and has served the FS&CO unit for more than 12 years in various project, construction, and fiscal management capacities. She enjoys the opportunities her position provides to collaborate with and support the work of staff, faculty and students across campus.

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Frances Lee writes on the pitfalls of empathy and the commodification of suffering

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Frances Lee’s article, “Seeking change without the commodification of pain and suffering,” was published in The Seattle Globalist on Dec 10. The Cultural Studies alum discusses how social movements rely on emotion and the dead end this creates. “If you don’t care about someone or a group of people until the media has made it abundantly clear that they are suffering, then your concern and engagement is not laudable, but ordinary, expected, and unremarkable.”

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Ellen Donnelly exhibits Call Me Rabbit in Los Angeles

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MFA alum Ellen Donnelly (’16) will exhibit Call Me Rabbit, an immersive video installation, at Actual Size in Los Angeles, CA from December 15 to January 19. The New York-based artist’s first solo exhibition uses imagery, audio, and rhetoric from wellness culture, online marketing, and social media to create an anxious but intriguing landscape to consider our place as individuals and the way we define ourselves as such.

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