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Mariah Crystal and Marcus Johnson Go On to Doctoral Programs

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Master of Arts in Policy Studies alumna Mariah Crystal (’10) has been accepted into the Ph.D. program in Political Science at the University of Kansas. Mariah’s capstone project for the Policy Studies program in IAS was “Collaborative Social Change: A Transformational Approach,” which focused on the global dynamics of social change and development projects. Global Studies alumnus Marcus Johnson (’13) is currently ...

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Karam Dana Speaks on American Muslim Political Behavior and Anti-Muslim Sentiment in America

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IAS faculty member and Director of the American Muslims Research InstituteKaram Dana has just returned from the Boston area where he delivered two talks at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University on the Palestinian nationalist narrative and on American Muslim political behavior.

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Shauna Carlisle Publishes on Racial Bullying and Adolescent Substance Abuse

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IAS faculty member Shauna Carlisle published an article co-authored with Nursing and Health Studies faculty member Andrea Stone, “Racial bullying and adolescent substance use: An examination of school-attending young adolescents in the United States,” in the Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse. The study explores ...

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Karam Dana Responds to Trump - "Feeding the Monster: Islamophobia, Ratings, and Elections"

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IAS faculty member Karam Dana has just published an op-ed in response to GOP presidential candidate Donald Tump’s call for closing immigration to the United States for all Muslims.  “Feeding the Monster: Islamophobia, Ratings, and Elections” appeared today on the site Informed Comment: thoughts on the Middle East, History and Religion.  In his post, Dana addresses ...

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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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