IAS News

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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Gustafson and Adams present on mutual civic engagement

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A cross-campus collaboration focused on reciprocity and mutuality led Kristin Gustafson, IAS faculty, and Kara Adams, director of community engagement, to present their research at the Engagement Scholarship Consortium International Conference in October. The conference, held in Denver, focused on advancing community engagement in higher education.

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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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Kristin Gustafson moderates “Transformative Teaching of Media and Journalism History”

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IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson moderated a teaching panel, “Transformative Teaching of Media and Journalism History,” at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference held in Toronto in August. The panel featured the five teaching-contest winners for the AEJMC History Division. ...

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IAS faculty poster on team teaching recognized

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IAS faculty members Kristin Gustafson and Amy Lambert created a poster on team teaching for the UW’s 15th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium in Seattle. The Gustafson-Lambert poster, “Team Teaching Models for Professional Development and Peer Learning,” was judged one of three winners (out of about 60) based on appearance, content, and presentation.  

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