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Angelica Lucchetto publishes research in UW FieldNotes journal

Speech and Debate Team wins Division II Silver Program

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Under the leadership of IAS faculty member Denise Vaughan, the UW Bothell Speech and Debate Program won the Northwest Forensics Conference’s Division II Silver Program for 2020-2021. The 2020-2021 season for Speech and Debate has been a challenge with Covid and distance competition. UW Bothell students have turned this distance challenge into an amazing opportunity. Students have competed ...

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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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Community engagement on a global scale

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Isolated at home by the pandemic, members of UW Bothell’s 2020 Global Scholars cohort said they nonetheless had a meaningful experience of global engagement. Through an inspiring book, deep discussions and remote projects with partners in different countries, they also experienced personal growth and community building.

The Global Scholars program was launched by IAS faculty members Ben Gardner and Ron Krabill, along with Global Initiatives Director Natalia Dyba and Eva Navarijo, director of undergraduate advising for IAS.

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Timely lessons from 2020: The Course

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IAS faculty members Karam Dana and Cinnamon Hillyard were among the two dozen faculty from across the University of Washington who shared insights about a year of historic upheaval and change in a class called 2020: The Course.

A good fit with UW Bothell’s cross-disciplinary approach, 2020: The Course featured perspectives from diverse faculty in public health, social science and data science, with nearly everyone touching questions of social justice, Hillyard said. Issues included racial inequities, health care access, domestic violence, the presidential election and how social media tells you what you want to hear.

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