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Amy Lambert featured in The Whole U

Amy Lambert

IAS faculty member Amy Lambert is the "Faculty Friday" feature in today's in today's edition of The Whole U. "When Amy Lambert first set foot in Washington, she never imagined she’d one day return for a master’s degree—let alone to devote nearly two decades to documenting and conserving one of North America’s rarest butterflies..." Read the full feature on The Whole U site.

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Amy Lambert and Alexa Russo win Husky Green Awards

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IAS faculty member Amy Lambert and Environmental Studies (‘17) alum Alexa Russo won 2018 Husky Green Awards.  The Husky Green Awards are...

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Amy Lambert’s work on the island marble butterfly featured on KCTS9

IAS faculty member Amy Lambert’s work on preserving and studying the island marble butterfly is featured in “A Climate Rescue Mission for Puget Sound’s Rare Butterfly” on the KCTS9 site. The article notes: “The island marble is considered one of the rarest butterflies in North America, only found in a small section of this island’s small national historic park.” Lambert is quoted in the article:

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Pedersen, Lambert, and Gustafson facilitate workshop at the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education national conference

IAS faculty members Alice Pedersen, Amy Lambert, and Kristin Gustafson attended the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education national conference in Amherst, MA, where they facilitated a workshop entitled "Risk, Roles, Reflection in Contemplative Learning: Exploring via Liberating Structures." In the workshop, they reflected on the different ways their disciplines position them in relation with their objects of study, and ...

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Alice Tsoodle joins Friends of North Creek Forest staff

Alice Tsoodle (’13, Environmental Studies) has joined Friends of North Creek Forest as their first-ever staff Education Manager!  Alice’s indelible connection to Bothell’s North Creek Forest began through a course with IAS faculty member Amy Lambert, but her love for the environment began long before.  Originally Alice had considered being a nurse, but an encounter with the film “Sacred Spaces” propelled her in the direction of environmental education.  While ...

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