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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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Amy Hirayama receives PAGE Fellowship with Imagining America: Artists & Scholars in Public Life

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Amy Hirayama, second-year student in the MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics and a student ambassador has been selected as one of eight 2021-2022 Publicly Active Graduate Education Fellows, by the national consortium Imagining America: Artists & Scholars in Public Life. Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) is Imagining America’s ...

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Ching-In Chen teaches at LiTFUSE Poetry Workshop

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen taught two workshops at this year’s 15th Annual LiTFUSE Poetry Workshop in Tieton, Washington and has nominated MFA student Madison Nikfard and Master of Arts in Cultural Studies student Sam Prudente to serve as ...

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Akshara Balakrishnan signs on as a Cohort Operations and Programs Coordinator at the Q-Center

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Akshara Balakrishnan, Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies ('21), is now at the UW Seattle Q-Center, working on creating a cohort for trans femmes of color. This space is open to both UW students and non-students alike. Akshara, who was GWSS Student Representative for the 2020-21 academic year, is excited to ...

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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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