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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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Testing soil for hidden contaminants in community gardens

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IAS faculty member Melanie Malone's work on contamination in urban gardens and in the Duwamish Valley Research Coordination Network is featured on the UW News site. The story and video feature Malone teaching interns and community partners how to safely ...

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Phoenix Horn earns Husky 100 recognition connecting policy research and social change

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As a current student in UW Bothell’s Master of Arts in Policy Studies program, Phoenix Horn (Law, Economics & Public Policy, 2020) examines systemic racism, gender inequality and transphobia, in the interest of making the world more equitable. His current research project looks into how antiracism is practiced in Western Washington’s K-12 classrooms. Keith Nitta, faculty in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, notes that Horn’s hopes and ambitions are about social and political change, and that this makes him a great match with Policy Studies program values and curriculum. “Phoenix is committed to the public good above all else,” says Nitta.

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Jin-Kyu Jung: “Crowdfunding as a response to COVID-19: Increasing inequities at a time of crisis”

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung published a coauthored article, “Crowdfunding as a response to COVID-19: Increasing inequities at a time of crisis,” in Social Science & Medicine. This collaborative study offers a systematic examination of the scope and impacts of COVID-19 related crowdfunding use and outcomes, using data collected from all US-based GoFundMe campaigns mentioning COVID or ...

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