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Amaranth Borsuk is poet-in-residence at the Seattle Review of Books for National Poetry Month

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The Seattle Review of Books has asked IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk to be their poet in residence for April. The editors will publish a poem by Borsuk each week and interview her about her work and reading. Borsuk's first piece, a new poem titled "Strap on a Witness When You Go Out with the Tongue in Your Mouth Worn Thin from Walking," was published on 4/2. "It Goes without Saying," a collaboration with artist Julie Wills, has just been published. Borsuk's current reading list was ...

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Community Mural Project at Interfaith Solidarity Event

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On Friday, March 22nd, the Bothell community came together to honor the lives lost in the New Zealand live-stream shooting. The ICOB Mosque hosted an Interfaith Solidarity Event at the Bothell United Methodist Church which brought numerous speakers, including: law enforcement agencies, religious leaders, and community members to reflect on the tragedy and offer their condolences. People were given ...

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IAS board member Leslie Olson supports the Global Scholars program in a big way

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On April 4, 2019 all three University of Washington campuses participated in the first annual Husky Giving Day with a 24 hour, high energy, online campaign across all our media channels. The UW Bothell School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences came in second on the Bothell campus for most dollars raised, thanks in a large part to a $25,000 pledge for the Global Scholars program from UW alum and IAS Advisory Board member Leslie Olson. Leslie has

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Alumni receive Fulbright awards to Estonia and Namibia

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Hana Bloedel has been selected for a U.S. Student Fulbright grant to Estonia, where she will serve as an English Teaching Assistant. Hana completed her B.A. in Global Studies and Society, Ethics & Human Behavior, with a minor in Human Rights, in June 2018. Mariah Crystal (formerly Ortiz) has been granted a Fulbright award to conduct research in Namibia during the 2019-2020 academic year. She will be analyzing the oral history narratives of Namibian women who contributed the anti-apartheid movement and ...

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Amaranth Borsuk speaks at Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference

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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk attended the annual AWP conference in Portland, Oregon last week, joining more than 12,000 writers in a three-day marathon of panels, talks, and off-site readings. Borsuk spoke and shared her work as part of the panel Poetry and Technology: Appendage, Mask, Voice, Body, and Song. With fellow panelists Samuel Ace, Douglas Kearney, and Ronaldo Wilson, Borsuk shared the ways ...

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