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Julie Feng and Pamela Santos receive PAGE Fellowships

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Two IAS graduate students, Julie Feng, second-year M.A. candidate in Cultural Studies and Pamela Santos, first-year candidate in the MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics have received Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) fellowships for 2020-21 from the national consortium of Imagining America: Artists & Scholars in Public Life (IA).  University of Washington Bothell is a member campus of Imagining America, which “promotes public scholarship, cultural organizing, and campus change that inspires collective imagination, knowledge-making, and civic action on pressing public issues.” ...

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Students screen "The City as Character" at Northwest Film Forum

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On August 23, 2020, students from IAS faculty member Minda Martin's class, "The City as Character Vol. 2," screened their work in an online event hosted by the Northwest Film Forum, and streamed live on their webpage and on Facebook. The course (BISMCS 343) is partnered with Seattle Municipal Archives and Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound (MIPoPS) and requires students to work with the archives to tell stories about specific issues in Seattle from more than 50 years ago and connect it to the present. Some of these topics that surfaced are police accountability ...

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Bee Elliott: A musical activist for the environment

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Bee Elliott, an Environmental Studies major, said she was sold on attending the University of Washington Bothell when she saw the wetlands on campus. “It was really attractive to me, not just another concrete paradise.” Elliott was recognized this last academic year as one of the Husky 100, students from across UW honored for making the most of their education. She has been an outdoor wellness leader, member of the Sustainable Student Action Club, and singer in the musical group, The People’s Echo, among other pursuits

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Julie Shayne publishes open-access book celebrating fifty years of gender, women, and sexuality studies

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IAS faculty member Julie Shayne spent her sabbatical editing an open-access book titled Persistence is Resistance: Celebrating 50 Years of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies. Shayne, who is currently the Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) faculty coordinator, brought together authors from twenty-two institutions, including the University of Ghana and Universidad Icesi in Cali, Colombia. Authors represent ...

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Four students win Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships

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Four University of Washington Bothell students received the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to support their study abroad. Awards ranging from $3,000 to $5,000 went to each student.  Two of the students are IAS majors: Mari McMenamin (Media & Communication Studies) will study in Spain and France, and Julie Pham (Mathematical Thinking & Visualization) will study in South Africa. The other ...

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