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Chancellor’s Medal to Chris Hays

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Chancellor’s Medalist Chris Hays is a champion for change. One nominator called him “an innate fire that is impossible to quench.”  Having had strong advocates in his life — including faculty, staff and friends at UW Bothell — he is committed to helping other students succeed. Hays will graduate this June with a bachelor’s degree in Law, Economics & Public Policy and a minor in Human Rights.

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Speech and Debate Team tournament results

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  • National Forensics Association National Championship
  • American Forensics Association National Tournament 
  • Novice No More
  • Pi Kappa Delta National Comprehensive Tournament 
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Denise Vaughan appointed to Board of Directors for the Greater Seattle Debate League

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IAS faculty member Denise Vaughan has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Greater Seattle Debate League. The mission of the GDSL is to facilitate opportunities for underserved students to participate in Speech and Debate. Vaughan is a...

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Coastal Poets Film Festival: Navigating creative practice within a pandemic

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One year into the throes of a pandemic and I missed live poetry readings. Severely. There was a sense of estrangement from Seattle’s caring literary community. Plus, I felt that undying hunger to express and connect with others through the power of metaphor. These were some of the reasons why I curated the Coastal Poets Film Festival.  This event was livestreamed on YouTube with pre-recorded video poems by five genre-bending writers, including Allison Morton, Simon Wolf, Brent Cox, Shelby Handler and myself. The film festival ...

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Minda Martin discusses street ecology and Ramps to Nowhere

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IAS faculty member Minda Martin screened and discussed her essay film Ramps to Nowhere for a Sustainable Transportation Policy course in UW Seattle Civil and Environmental Engineering department’s Master of Science in Sustainable Transportation.  She also ...

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