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Barbara Noah co-directs "Interdisciplinary Studio Art & Italian Culture" in Rome

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IAS faculty member Barbara Noah co-directed her third iteration of, Interdisciplinary Studio Art & Italian Culture, a UW Study Abroad program at the University of Washington Rome Center. Noah created the program for students from UW Bothell, as well as the Seattle and Tacoma campuses.  This year, the students visited art and cultural sites in and outside Rome, explored concepts and processes in ancient through contemporary art, and ...

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Amaranth Borsuk exhibits student work in Discovery Hall

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Visitors to Discovery Hall this summer can see chapbooks created by students in IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk's Spring 2016 "Advanced Interdisciplinary Arts workshop: Chapbooks and Artists' Books." The class asks what poets might learn from book artists about placing form and content in dialogue. Students learn a new binding each week, read a contemporary chapbook, and create one of their own. As a culmination to the quarter, each participant creates an editioned work to trade with their peers, and the class collaborates on a chapbook consisting of their strongest writing from the quarter.

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Kristin Gustafson and the Husky Herald Receive Awards at 2016 Club Council Recognition Banquet

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At this year’s Club Council Recognition Banquet, the Husky Herald won the UW Bothell Club Council’s Rising Star Award. The Rising Star Award recognizes a registered campus club or organization that has shown tremendous improvements throughout the 2015-2016 academic school year. The Husky Herald was selected due to notable

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Jin-Kyu Jung and Taylor Frazier Publish "A Mixed-Methods Exploration of the Relationship Between Crime and Community Gardens"

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A recent IAS graduate, Taylor L. Frazier ('15, Law, Economics & Public Policy), and IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung co-authored a paper, “A Mixed-Methods Exploration of the Relationship Between Crime and Community Gardens: A Case Study of Seattle’s P-Patches from 1996 to 2006,” in the International Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities.

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Science, Technology, and Society Class Collaborates with Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility to Produce Podcasts

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IAS faculty member Shannon Cram's Science, Technology, and Society class collaborated with Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility to create podcasts for its series, Down by the River: Stories of Hanford.

Washington's Hanford Nuclear Reservation produced weapons-grade plutonium for more than forty years and is now the site of the world's largest and most expensive environmental cleanup.

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