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Amaranth Borsuk's The Book translated into Spanish

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Last month, IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk's volume The Book (MIT Press, 2018) was published in Spanish. El Libro Expandido, translated by Lucila Cordone, was Issued by Ediciones Ampersand of Buenos Aires, which specializes in books on books and visual culture. Part of the series Comunicación & Lenguajes, it joins volumes on transmedia reading and hybrid web discourse...

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Four students win Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships

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Four University of Washington Bothell students received the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to support their study abroad. Awards ranging from $3,000 to $5,000 went to each student.  Two of the students are IAS majors: Mari McMenamin (Media & Communication Studies) will study in Spain and France, and Julie Pham (Mathematical Thinking & Visualization) will study in South Africa. The other ...

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Melanie Malone receives grant for homeless STEM learning project

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IAS faculty member Melanie Malone and research colleagues from universities across the U.S. were awarded a National Science Foundation Advancing Informal STEM Learning (AISL) grant. The project, entitled "RESTING SAFE: Collaborative Informal STEM Learning Between Researchers and Homeless Communities", is centered on mitigating homeless ...

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Dan Berger interviewed about decarceration in the time of COVID

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger was interviewed on KUOW's The Record (scroll down on the page to hear just Berger's segment) about decarceration in the time of COVID. Berger discussed the threat that prisons and jails, which account for more than three-quarters of outbreak clusters, pose in a pandemic. He also highlighted similar issues in ...

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Stephanie Chavez: Alum found UW Bothell and found herself

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Stephanie Chavez was thinking about attending a community college, but her school counselor suggested she apply to universities. Now, she’s grateful she found not just the right campus location, but also the educational experiences and the faculty and staff support that has helped her affirm her identity, showed her how she could make a difference in her community and set her on a path to a career in law.

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