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Raissa DeSmet collaborates on Southeast Asia authoritarianism project funded at $1,000,000

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IAS faculty member Raissa DeSmet is collaborating with faculty colleagues from the University of Washington Southeast Asia Center (SEAC) on a four-year $1,000,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation's Luce Southeast Asia initiative for a project titled, "Tracing Authoritarianism: Linking Southeast Asia with Southeast Asian America Through Archives, Language, and Pedagogy."  Along with DeSmett, faculty who developed the project are ...

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Deborah Hathaway receives UW Bothell Outstanding Community-Engaged Scholar Award

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IAS faculty member Deborah Hathaway was honored with the 2020 UW Bothell Outstanding Community-Engaged Scholar Award, which recognizes impactful community-engaged scholarship by a UW Bothell faculty member. Hathaway’s community-engaged scholarly work centers around creating community through performance. In her seven years in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences and First Year Pre-Major Program, Hathaway has partnered with several organizations:

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IAS recognizes two Outstanding Community Partners

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In 2018 IAS established the Outstanding Community Partner award to honor the extraordinary contributions of partner organizations.  Recipients advance the IAS values of equity, inclusion, and social justice and link student learning and faculty scholarship to real-life experiences that positively impact our region and world. In 2020 we are excited to recognize two phenomenal partners: Seattle Children’s Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center and Rent Mason Bees!

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Melanie Malone publishes on "Sustaining future environmental educators" and is featured for her work on urban community gardening

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IAS faculty member Melanie Malone published an article with three colleagues entitled "Sustaining future environmental educators: Building critical interdisciplinary teaching capacity among graduate students" in the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. The article focuses on training graduate students to teach interdisciplinary environmental methods to undergraduate students and ...

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D.C. Human Rights Seminar scholarship continues to change lives

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Since 1991, the Washington D.C. Human Rights Seminar has provided students with the opportunity to be a part of conversations around national and global policies. After two full-day workshops, they spend six days in Washington D.C. attending seminars and briefings with institutions and policy makers across the political spectrum. The most recent cohort travelled in September 2019, and 12 students received financial support through ...

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