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IAS Students Learn Data Visualization through Community Engagement

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This summer, students in IAS faculty member Katherine Cook’s BIS 232: Data Visualization course partnered with WithinReach, an organization that does policy work around immunizations and breastfeeding, in addition to connecting families to food, child development, and health care access.  

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IAS Students Map Bothell Communities

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IAS Students in Jin-Kyu Jung’s BIS352 “Mapping Communities” class created a number of maps for the City of Bothell in Spring 2015. The course provides a unique opportunity for students to critically examine the constructions of both “community” and “mapping.” Two students, Jef Song and Sung Chu produced a great video ...

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IAS Students Analyze Demographics of Real Change Readership

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IAS students in Charlie Collin’s spring 2015 course BIS 315 "Understanding Statistics" partnered with Real Change to conduct an online questionnaire of Real Change publication readers. The aim of the survey was to gather feedback regarding the quality of the publication and to better understand the demographic of its readers. The findings ...

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Ron Krabill and David Goldstein receive grant to support Collaborative, Online, International Learning

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IAS faculty members Ron Krabill and David Goldstein, along with Natalia Dyba, Director of Global Initiatives at UW Bothell, and UW Tacoma Assistant Chancellor Collean Carmean, received a $49,700 grant to support Collaborative, Online, International Learning (COIL) courses on all three UW campuses.

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David Goldstein gives invited, featured talk on ePortfolios

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IAS faculty member and Teaching and Learning Center director David Goldstein was an invited, featured speaker at the Western Regional Conference of the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) in Long Beach, CA.

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