IAS News

T. Andrew Wahl heads journalism program at Everett Community College

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T. Andrew Wahl  self-published his first newspaper, The Shooting Star, at the tender age of 5. He’d planned to be a print journalist for his entire career – but the Internet had other ideas. Luckily, his interdisciplinary education at UW Bothell had prepared him to take advantage of a wide range of professional opportunities. Andrew worked at newspapers throughout the Northwest...

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Becca Price helps students learn about insects that use gears to jump

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IAS faculty member Becca Price published a set of resources for teachers to teach and students to learn about the first-ever interactive gears found in animals. The resources accompany a Science article by Malcolm Burrows and Gregory Sutton that describes...

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Becky Aanerud, Lauren Lichty, and Julie Shayne present at Sociologists for Women in Society

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Becky AanerudLauren Lichty, and Julie Shayne presented at the Sociologists for Women in Society winter meeting in Washington, DC.  Shayne organized a session titled “Curricular and Administrative Feminist Activism” where...

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IAS Graduate Students host first annual IAS Grad Research Flash Talks

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Graduate students in the MA in Cultural Studies and MA in Policy Studies programs organized the first Research Flash Talks event, which highlighted ongoing projects from second year students in each program. 

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Amaranth Borsuk exhibits her students' work on “Chapbooks and Artists’ Books”

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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk is exhibiting work by students in her BISIA 483B "Chapbooks and Artists' Books" course.  Check out the display cases on the lower level of Discovery Hall to see what current and recent IAS students have done. 

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