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Ursula Valdez and Greg Tuke's COIL course “The Great Rivers” profiled by Stevens Initiative

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IAS faculty fember Ursula Valdez and COIL collaborator Greg Tuke’s COIL course on “The Great Rivers” has been profiled in “Exploring Environmental Sustainability: Promising practices in virtual exchange,” as one of the three examples for virtual exchange programs that connect young people in different countries to develop solutions to environmental issues. Valdez and Tuke ...

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Ursula Valdez “Slipping Through the Cracks: Racism and the struggle for equity in the field of conservation”

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IAS faculty member Ursula Valdez was one of 5 panelists who participated in this event as they discussed their experiences as members of the BIPOC community and co-conspirators working in and around the field of conservation. Together, panelists discussed how racism and other issues of social injustice are connected to ...

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Julie Feng and Pamela Santos receive PAGE Fellowships

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Two IAS graduate students, Julie Feng, second-year M.A. candidate in Cultural Studies and Pamela Santos, first-year candidate in the MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics have received Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) fellowships for 2020-21 from the national consortium of Imagining America: Artists & Scholars in Public Life (IA).  University of Washington Bothell is a member campus of Imagining America, which “promotes public scholarship, cultural organizing, and campus change that inspires collective imagination, knowledge-making, and civic action on pressing public issues.” ...

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Jennifer Atkinson publishes in Resilience

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson's article, titled "Climate Grief: Our Greatest Ally?" explores the hidden benefit of dark emotions in response to our climate crisis. With growing attention to the mental health impacts of climate change -- and increasing popularity of terms like "eco-anxiety" and "climate grief" -- a constant stream of "five step" articles and support groups are offering tips to cope with that despair. But, as Atkinson asks, what if ...

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Becca Price presents at the annual conference for the Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research

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The Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) hosted its annual conference virtually this year, with meetings distributed throughout July. IAS faculty member Becca Price presented some of her research in poster format, first talking about the large collaborative Science Teaching Experience Program, an established part of which trains scholars who recently received Ph.D.s in the sciences how to teach, and a new component which offers similar training for graduate students.

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