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Charlie Collins publishes: "Subverting Whiteness: A Systems Theoretical Approach to Anti-Racist Praxis"

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IAS faculty member Charlie Collins published "Subverting Whiteness: A Systems Theoretical Approach to Anti-Racist Praxis" was just published in the Global Journal of Community Psychology Pracitce for the special issue on anti-racist and decolonizing praxes. Collins, along with co-author Erin Watson, argues ...

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Hana Abdulrahman named to Chancellor’s Advisory Committee for Students

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Hana Abdulrahman, a current Master of Arts in Policy Studies candidate, has been named as the Graduate Student Representative for the 2021-2022 Chancellor’s Advisory Committee for Students (CACS). As a body, CACS represents all students at UW Bothell and collaborates to advise the Chancellor and the executive team on campus-wide issues and major initiatives affecting students. Hana brings ...

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Jin-Kyu Jung: “The Harder We Run: The State of Black Buffalo in 1990 and the Present”

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung co-authored a report, “The Harder We Run: The State of Black Buffalo in 1990 and the Present,” with Dr. Henry-Louis Taylor, Jr. and Evan Dash at the University of Buffalo Center for Urban Studies. The study aimed to determine how the City’s emerging post-industrial or knowledge economy impacted African Americans, and sought to determine if the Black socioeconomic trajectory is ...

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Jin-Kyu Jung presents research on the limits of crowdfunding data

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IAS faculty members Jin-Kyu Jung co-presented an ongoing collaborative work with Nora Kenworthy at School of Nursing and Health Studies at the 2021 4S (Society for Social Studies of Science) Annual Meeting. Their paper, "Knowing through undoing: Creative, collaborative, and disruptive strategies for remaking and unmapping public knowledge about crowdfunding platforms," ...

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Margaret H. Redsteer named Tribes and Indigenous Peoples chapter lead for 5th National Climate Assessment

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IAS faculty member Margaret H. Redsteer has been selected as the chapter lead for the Tribes and Indigenous Peoples chapter of the Fifth National Climate Assessment (NCA5). Redsteer will work with Rachel Novak from the Bureau of Indian Affairs Climate Change Adaptation Program as the coordinating lead. Redsteer’s role as chapter lead includes ...

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