IAS News

IAS faculty promotions

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IAS faculty members Yolanda Padilla and Amoshaun Toft were officially notified by the UW Provost’s Office of their promotion from Assistant to Associate Professor (with tenure). 

Congratulations Yolanda and Amoshaun!!! 

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IAS students engage in multi-media production

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Students in Kristin Gustafson’s Multi-media Storytelling in Student Media class produced three live UWave radio shows focused on climate change, international student experience, and tuition. These two-way radio productions involved the BISMCS472 students talking with one another on air about their journalism reporting for the Husky Herald. In addition to the radio shows, the news story about climate change appeared in the December/January Husky Herald issue distributed this week. The other two news stories will appear in February’s edition. ...

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Amoshaun Toft at the OurMedia Conference: "From StudioX to legal FM"

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IAS faculty member Amoshaun Toft co-organized the “Echoes of Indymedia: Infrastructures of resistance” panel at the OurMedia conference in Brussels. His presentation, “From StudioX to legal FM: Organizing communications infrastructure in Seattle 1999-2019” accompanied participants in-person and remotely from a range of academics and practitioners involved in ...

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IAS Faculty, Alumni & Community Partners Present at Radio Research Conference in Italy

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IAS faculty, alumni and community partners presented two papers on the theme of “Radio as Social Media” at the ECREA Radio Research Conference held at the University of Siena (Italy). The first paper, titled “How we talk to each other: Strategies for sustaining student media,” was presented by Amoshaun Toft and Kristin Gustafson, and was also co-authored by IAS alumn Amani Sawari  ...

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UWave Radio: ‘Your voice, your vibe’

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Radio hardly describes all the media, programming, and community building that takes place through UWave Radio, the campus station.  “Our students are learning the cutting edge of where digital broadcasting is going. It’s multimedia. It’s live and archived, and it’s engaging specific communities because that’s how media works,” says IAS faculty member and adviser Amoshaun Toft

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