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Shannon Cram publishes and speaks on nuclear energy, work, and politics

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IAS faculty member Shannon Cram published "Living in Dose: Nuclear Work and the Politics of Permissible Exposure" in Public Culture.  Informed by her ethnographic and policy work at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, Cram's article traces the historical development and embodied practice of "permissible dose" in U.S. nuclear industry.  She considers the deeply political ways that worker exposure facilitates nuclear production and examines how "safe" has become synonymous with "safe enough" at Hanford.  She also ...

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Alums find purpose at Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center

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Both Lauren Daniels (’16) and Brittany Lewis (’15) studied Community Psychology at UW Bothell, and both found Seattle Children’s Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center by chance.  The Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center offers classes and activities for adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities as they transition out of the education system and into adulthood.

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Alejandra Salinas and Aeron Bergman are editors of two books published by INCA Press and INCA is a fellow at the Gwangju Biennial in South Korea

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IAS faculty members Alejandra Salinas and Aeron Bergman edited two books released by INCA Press: Forms of Education: Couldn’t Get a Sense of It and Free as in Free …, which was published on the occasion of the 11th Gwangju Biennial The Eighth Climate (What does art do?).  INCA is also ...

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Jasleena Grewal writes about urban foraging in YES! Magazine

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Jasleena Grewal (’13, Environmental Science) started nursing school in June and continues to write for YES! Magazine.  Her most recent article, “Urban Foraging: Weeds You Can Eat,”  discusses six edible weeds that can provide protein, reduce anxiety - or even predict the weather.  The piece was picked up by The Marc Steiner Show, which ...

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Dave Stokes presented research on California tiger salamander ecology and conservation-reliant species

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IAS faculty member Dave Stokes presented research on California tiger salamander ecology and conservation-reliant species at the EcoSummit 2016 meeting in Montpellier France. His talk, based on a paper currently in review at the journal Biodiversity Conservation, was titled “Saving All the Pieces: An Inadequate Conservation Strategy for an Endangered Amphibian in a Rapidly Urbanizing Area.” He also ...

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