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A search to find and map happy places

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When you think about mapping, most people immediately think about geography. Layered onto that might be cultural sites, the current political landscape or, these days, census demographics. But for IAS faculty members Jin-Kyu Jung and Ted Hiebert, the most intriguing possibilities lie in concepts that resist visualization. ...

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Five IAS faculty members receive Royalty Research Funds

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Five IAS faculty members have received Royalty Research Fund (RRF) awards over the last year. The RRF is open to faculty across the UW system and provides one-year awards of up to $40,000 that are intended to generate preliminary findings, seed scholarly and creative activities, and increase faculty’s competitiveness for future external funding. The IAS faculty who received RRF awards include ...

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IAS students exhibit artwork on campus

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IAS student artwork is now on display in Husky Hall 1510 throughout Winter quarter, 2020. IAS faculty member Ted Hiebert led this effort, which we hope will lead to more full-time access to campus spaces for student art work. The students displaying their work include ...

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IAS faculty members receive funding to host speakers and events

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This fall quarter 5 IAS faculty received funding to host speakers and events on campus. Jennifer Atkinson brought Tulalip storyteller and master wood carver Kelly Moses in October who spoke about the relationship between Salish people and the forests in our region; he also shared examples of his artwork. The event was co-sponsored by Social Justice Organizers (SJO) and the Diversity Center. Dan Berger will ...

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Jin-Kyu Jung and Ted Hiebert publish “Imagining the Details: Happy Places and Creative Geovisualization”

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IAS faculty members Jin-Kyu Jung and Ted Hiebert published “Imagining the Details: Happy Places and Creative Geovisualization” in Livingmaps Review. "Imagining the Details" explores the imagination as a social gesture and a way to creatively and empathically engage with and around questions of homelessness and urban precarity. ...

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