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UW Bothell librarians Chelsea Nesvig and Nia Lam published a book chapter, “Online library research refresher activities for third-year transfer students” in Transfer Student Success: Academic Library Outreach and Engagement, published by ALA Editions.
This year ten GWSS students from Lauren Lichty’s class “Participatory Action Research to Address Sexual and Relationship Violence at the University of Washington Bothell” will share the LAFPIE award. The Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) community created the award in 2016, the year they launched the degree, to honor and commemorate their colleague Leslie Ashbaugh.
IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen collaborated with other pre-tenure women and non-binary faculty of color at the University of Washington to write an opinion piece about the impact of navigating the transitions resulting from coronavirus on women or non-binary faculty of color early in their academic careers.
IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen teaches in the MFA program in Creative Writing & Poetics. In "My Story: What if," Chen reflects on their experience as a community organizer, having worked in Asian American communities across the nation.
IAS faculty member Rebecca Brown’s story “A Vision" has just been translated into Japanese by Motoyuki Shibata and published in a two volume set of English language stories (Kenkyusha).