IAS News

Community Mural Project at Interfaith Solidarity Event

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On Friday, March 22nd, the Bothell community came together to honor the lives lost in the New Zealand live-stream shooting. The ICOB Mosque hosted an Interfaith Solidarity Event at the Bothell United Methodist Church which brought numerous speakers, including: law enforcement agencies, religious leaders, and community members to reflect on the tragedy and offer their condolences. People were given ...

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IAS, CIE and Career Services Co-host Career Workshop for International Students

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IAS faculty member Min Tang coordinated with Center for International Education and Career Services to offer a workshop on navigating career resources and skills for international students majored in media and communication studies on February 21, 2019. International Student Advisor Jennifer Kim explained policies and regulations on employment for international students and ...

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Kyra Laughlin presents "Strategies for Engaging Student Survivors in Campus Efforts to Address Sexual Violence"

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M.A. in Policy Studies (MAPS) student Kyra Laughlin traveled to Washington D.C. last month for the 2019 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Strategies for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response conference. While there, Laughlin held a round table discussion titled "Strategies for Engaging Student Survivors in Campus Efforts to Address Sexual Violence" to an audience of ...

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Kristin Gustafson and Hannah Horiatis featured in UW Bothell News

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IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson's Introduction to Journalism course was covered in a feature on UW Bothell's News site. The article, which also features alum Hannah Horiatis ('18, Media & Communication Studies), begins:

"When University of Washington Bothell students learn journalism through community newspapers, they also learn about the ethnic and geographic communities served by the papers," said Kristin Gustafson ...

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Queer and Trans POC sex worker perspectives

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IAS faculty member Kari Lerum, in collaboration with the Seattle LGBTQ Commission,  the Seattle Commission for People with DisAbilities, SWOP-Seattle, and the Coalition for the Rights and Safety for People in the Sex Trade, led a public forum at Seattle City Hall featuring the voices of Queer and Trans POC in the sex industry. The event, which attracted approximately 70 community members, focused on the crisis caused by recent federal legislation (SESTA/FOSTA) on the lives of the minoritized ​...

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