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Melanie Malone participates in "NightSchool: Women in Science"

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IAS faculty member Melanie Malone was invited to participate in the "NightSchool: Women in Science" panel on March 4th, hosted by the California Academy of Sciences. The panel is held annually on International Women's Day, and features insightful conversations about what it’s like and what it means to be a woman in science in 2021. Melanie discussed ...

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Mary Houston gives back

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IAS alum Mary Houston (Society, Ethics & Human Behavior ’08, M.A. in Policy Studies ‘10) found education, confidence and career credentials at UW Bothell where she maintains ties as a member of the Community Engagement Council.

Houston has had a meaningful relationship with UW Bothell since she returned to college in her 40s. Not only did it help her jump start a new career, it has also put her in the position to help others do the same in her role as director of service delivery at Workforce Snohomish

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Rob Turner advances sustainability in teaching and scholarship

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IAS faculty member Rob Turner helped run an hour-long discussion session at the 2021 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Colleges & Universities in January.  The session was titled Fostering Sustainability Out of a Pandemic: Pathways for Higher Education to Create a More Resilient Institution and Society. In November, he received ...

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Melissa Schutten discusses DEI in the Salish Sea on KPTZ

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On February 3, IAS alum Melissa (Watkinson) Schutten and colleague Michael Chang, of Cascadia Consulting Group, were interviewed on  KPTZ 91.9 FM’s Coastal Café about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in the Salish Sea. Schutten and Chang are ...

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Kristina Jorgensen collaborates on legislation and receives capacity-building grant

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In 2020, Kristina Jorgensen graduated from IAS with a major in Society, Ethics & Human Behavior, minor in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, and began her graduate education in the M.A. in Policy Studies.  She is also an alum of the D.C. Seminar in Human Rights (2019). Since beginning the M.A. in Policy Studies program, Jorgensen has successfully advanced a number of impactful justice projects through her research, networking, advocacy and leadership. ...

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