IAS News

Eight IAS Faculty Members Promoted

Eight IAS faculty members were promoted this year.  S. Charusheela was promoted from associate to full professor.  Becky Aanerud and David Goldstein were promoted from senior to principal lecturer.  Dan BergerShauna CarlisleJohanna Crane, and Santiago Lopez were promoted with tenure from assistant to associate professor.  And Kristin Gustafson was promoted from lecturer to senior lecturer.

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David Goldstein named to the Seattle Public Schools’ Ethnic Studies Task Force

IAS faculty member David Goldstein (along with UW Bothell School of Educational Studies faculty member Wayne Au) has been named to the Seattle Public Schools’ Ethnic Studies Task Force, whose goal is “to develop specific, multi-year recommendations for the Superintendent to ensure that all Seattle Public School students learn the perspectives of the different ethnicities that constitute our community and nation.”


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David Goldstein Publishes “Holistic Learning-Centeredness: De-Centering the University for Social Justice”

IAS faculty member David Goldstein published “Holistic Learning-Centeredness: De-Centering the University for Social Justice” in the inaugural issue of Race & Pedagogy.  Goldstein argues that de-centering the college campus in favor of ...

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David Goldstein Publishes Clickers in the Classroom

David Goldstein, along with co-editor Peter Wallis of UW IT, published Clickers in the Classroom: Using Classroom Response Systems to Increase Student Learning (Stylus Press). The book includes ...

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David Goldstein Shares Knowledge of Teaching and Learning Centers in Japan and Milwaukee

David Goldstein, IAS senior lecturer and Director of the Teaching and Learning Center, served as a Visiting Scholar at Waseda University in Tokyo for the month of July. Along with three colleagues from UW Seattle, he helped launch a Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology that will be jointly run by Waseda and the UW. Back in the U.S. ...

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