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William Hartmann awarded grant to study Indigeneity and suicide

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IAS faculty member William Hartmann was awarded a Royalty Research Fund Scholar grant to study how Indigeneity and suicide are (mis)represented in mental health research on American Indian and Alaska Native suicide to clarify relevancies of this literature for specific Indigenous communities ...

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Ching-In Chen, Neil Simpkins, Ben Gardner, and Ron Krabill receive Cross-Disciplinary Research Clusters awards

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IAS faculty members Ching-In Chen, Neil Simpkins, Ben Gardner, and Ron Krabill received awards for Cross-Disciplinary Research Clusters from the Simpson Center for the Humanities as part of the Center’s spring funding round. Chen and Simpkins were awarded funding for their second year of “Imagining Trans Futures.” ...

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Jin-Kyu Jung and Christian Anderson : (Un)Mapping Social and Spatial Inequality

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IAS faculty members Jin-Kyu Jung and Christian Anderson co-chaired a panel session on “(Un)Mapping Social and Spatial Inequality: Extending Socio-Theoretically Informed Critical Approaches to Engage Policy” at the 2021 University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS) Symposium held virtually. The session ...

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Amaranth Borsuk's libretto "The Familiar Spirit" performed at live virtual concert INTERSPACE

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On June 5 virtual concertgoers experienced haunting sounds and images emanating from their screens during INTERSPACE, a unique live-streamed concert experience combining new choral compositions and electronic music. A live performance tailored to virtual delivery, the concert featured 7 works designed to showcase the powerful beauty of latency, layers, loops, and textures and was a collaboration between ...

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President’s Medal to Jordan Woltjer

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President’s Medal recipient Jordan Woltjer is graduating with a 4.0 GPA and is headed to Duke University in the fall for graduate school. He credits his UW Bothell professors with cultivating his potential and providing career opportunities that support his goals. Woltjer will receive a bachelor’s degree in Law, Economics & Public Policy and double minor in Economics and Mathematics.

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