IAS News

Jin-Kyu Jung leads study abroad trip to South Korea and establishes ties with local institutions

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung recently returned from South Korea with 9 UW students from the Bothell and Seattle campuses. This trip was part of an Early-Fall Student Abroad program, “Mapping Communities in the Smart City,” co-led with Gunwha Oh (affiliate faculty in IAS and lecturer in the Deptartment of Geography).

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UWave Radio: ‘Your voice, your vibe’

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Radio hardly describes all the media, programming, and community building that takes place through UWave Radio, the campus station.  “Our students are learning the cutting edge of where digital broadcasting is going. It’s multimedia. It’s live and archived, and it’s engaging specific communities because that’s how media works,” says IAS faculty member and adviser Amoshaun Toft

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Julie Shayne delivers keynote speech at this year’s convocation ceremony

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UW Bothell tradition dictates that the previous year’s winner of the Distinguished Teaching Award delivers the keynote speech at convocation to welcome the incoming students. This year’s speaker was IAS faculty member and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) coordinator Julie Shayne. The main message of Shayne’s speech (see video below) ...

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Kristin Gustafson moderates “Transformative Teaching of Media and Journalism History”

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IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson moderated a teaching panel, “Transformative Teaching of Media and Journalism History,” at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference held in Toronto in August. The panel featured the five teaching-contest winners for the AEJMC History Division. ...

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Jennifer Atkinson: "How should we talk about what’s happening to our planet?"

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson's course on eco-grief and climate anxiety was featured in a Washington Post story titled "How should we talk about what’s happening to our planet?" The article explores how language and emotion shape our response to the climate crisis, and how terminology has evolved from "global warming" to “climate change” to “climate emergency” and "extinction" over time.

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