IAS News

My Story: Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost!

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IAS faculty member Diana García-Snyder teaches performance, dance, and mindfulness at UW Bothell. Her work centers on dance and movement as healing and transformative practices, and COVID-19 has impacted her teaching in multiple ways.

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Bridging distance through film

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Students in IAS faculty member Minda Martin’s Resilient Visions course are partnering with students from Jinan University in Guangzhou Province of China and Shi Hsin University in Taipei, Taiwan, to curate and produce the 2020 Resilient Visions film festival. Founded by IAS faculty in 2018, this year’s Resilient Visions received 360 photo, audio, VR/AR, and video submissions. 

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IAS recognizes two Outstanding Community Partners

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In 2018 IAS established the Outstanding Community Partner award to honor the extraordinary contributions of partner organizations.  Recipients advance the IAS values of equity, inclusion, and social justice and link student learning and faculty scholarship to real-life experiences that positively impact our region and world. In 2020 we are excited to recognize two phenomenal partners: Seattle Children’s Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center and Rent Mason Bees!

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Advisors available, building relationships

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The coronavirus pandemic has distanced academic advising, but UW Bothell  advisers are still available, still a resource that students can access. “All of us have a lot on our plates. All of our schools are building things, creating new documents, developing new virtual tools to help facilitate online learning,” said Eva Navarijo, one of three advisers who normally would be found in the IAS office in Founders Hall (UW1).

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Neil Simpkins on college writing as a disabled student

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IAS faculty member Neil Simpkins explores how disabled students experience college writing and the rhetorical tactics they use to navigate higher education. Simpkins advises faculty to use the course syllabus to open dialogue with a student about their needs.

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