IAS News

IAS adds six new faculty members

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IAS undertook three faculty searches this year, resulting in six new hires in the areas of Rhetoric & Composition, Data Visualization & Analytics, and Creative Writing & Poetics. To learn more about who will be joining IAS next fall, read below. 

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IAS faculty poster on team teaching recognized

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IAS faculty members Kristin Gustafson and Amy Lambert created a poster on team teaching for the UW’s 15th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium in Seattle. The Gustafson-Lambert poster, “Team Teaching Models for Professional Development and Peer Learning,” was judged one of three winners (out of about 60) based on appearance, content, and presentation.  

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Bartha and Burgett facilitate workshop

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IAS Director of Graduate Programs Miriam Bartha and Dean Bruce Burgett facilitated a two-day workshop at the University of Iowa on publicly-engaged graduate education. 

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Peter Brooks receives 1st place in AEJMC teaching contest

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IAS faculty member Peter Brooks received 1st place in a teaching contest sponsored by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). Submissions were blindly reviewed for teaching activities that addressed ethical journalism and media literacy. Brooks' submission, "The Summerwind Simulation,"

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Diane Gillespie and Leah Shin build reciprocal mentoring relationship

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Mentorship can be an uneven partnership, but one pair is redefining this. Last winter IAS major Leah Shin enrolled the course, “Women, Culture, and Development,” taught by IAS faculty member Julie Shayne, and was inspired by guest speaker Professor Emeritus Diane Gillespie, who discussed her work with the human rights organization Tostan. Shin found ...

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