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Teaching module developed by Rob Turner on Water, Agriculture and Sustainability published

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A teaching module developed by IAS faculty member Rob Turner and 3 colleagues from other institutions titled Water, Agriculture and Sustainability was published on the Science Education Research Center website on March 2nd. This module provides a framework for students to learn about how people interact with water, peer into our water future, and consider ways we might foster more sustainability in water management. The three year development ...

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IAS students advocate for the Parent Union at UW Bothell

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On March 6, 2017, students from IAS faculty member Charlie Collins’ Community Organizing class (BIS 483) marched through campus to advocate for the Parent Union, which is currently seeking support for a child care center and other resources on campus. One group of students placed flyers on cars, including a candy incentive to check out the Parent Union.

The Parent Union at UW Bothell was established in 2015 in response to ...

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Ronnie Thibault featured by UW Graduate School

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Master of Arts in Cultural Studies alum Ronnie Thibault is currently featured on the UW Graduate School website for her work in the interdisciplinary individual, Ph.D. program at UW Seattle.The interdisciplinary graduate program, introduced at the UW in the late 1960s, allows for rigorous academic research outside of a single department. The program is designed to allow students like Ronnie to ...

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Rob Turner and Keya Sen awarded King County WaterWorks Program grant

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IAS faculty member Rob Turner and Keya Sen (School of STEM) have been awarded a  $45,903 grant via King County’s WaterWorks Program.  The project is titled Investigation on the Use of Mycoremediation to Reduce Loading of Pathogenic Bacteria to North Creek. The funding will primarily be used to support undergraduate student researchers. The goals of the project are to ...

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Samantha St. John named Executive Director for Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce

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IAS alum Samantha St. John (’07, American Studies) has proudly accepted the role of Executive Director for Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce.  The appointment was made after a regional search process in which St. John surfaced as the frontrunner. Her background includes over 15 years of business management, marketing, and communications experience, representing nonprofits, start-ups, and businesses large and small.  She is well-known and respected by Chamber members, as well as the business community at large, due to ...

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