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Jin-Kyu Jung publishes “Teaching creative geovisualization”

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung has published a paper, “Teaching creative geovisualization: Imagining the creative in/of GIS” in The Canadian Geographer. This paper situates creative geovisualization at the intersection of geography, arts, and digital humanities with a particular emphasis on visualization and mapping that preserves, represents, and generates more authentic, contextual, and nuanced meanings of ...

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Study abroad in India turns into virtual internship

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Everyone on campus had to pivot when the coronavirus forced the University of Washington Bothell into remote operations, but one of the biggest twists may have been how a planned study abroad trip to India turned into a virtual internship program.

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Alumni support virtual human rights seminar

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While the pandemic has pushed most courses online, students continue to benefit from rich learning experiences like UW Bothell’s annual Washington D.C. Human Rights Seminar. When the 2020 D.C. Seminar went virtual, leaders Ron Krabill and Jung Lee enlisted the program’s vital network in a series of online dialogues. Several IAS alumni joined this cadre of experts and mentors, sharing their firsthand experiences with human rights and social justice. ...

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Cinnamon Hillyard connects student success programs

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IAS faculty member Cinnamon Hillyard, who had been serving as associate vice chancellor for undergraduate learning, took on an expanded role this summer as associate vice chancellor for student success. Hillyard’s position was created to center on the academic life cycle of students, align resources, and ensure a consistent vision of student success. 

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Kristin Gustafson organizes teaching-related panels on media and journalism

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IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson co-organized two teaching-related panels at The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 2020 conference. On the first panel, called “Transformative teaching of media and journalism history,” five scholars shared teaching modules that won this year’s AEJMC History Division’s teaching-idea contest. This was the contest’s second year. Gustafson and the division launched  ...

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