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Margaret Redsteer publishes “Sand Dunes, Modern and Ancient, on the Southern Colorado Plateau Tribal Lands, Southwestern USA”

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IAS faculty member Margaret Redsteer published “Sand Dunes, Modern and Ancient, on the Southern Colorado Plateau Tribal Lands, Southwestern USA” in Inland Dunes of North America.  In her chapter, Redsteer describes how understanding the past, and documenting the current and future potential for sand dune mobility, provides important insights about climate variability and change, particularly in regions prone to drought. Changes to ...

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Ching-In Chen in @Salon: Queer Sound 2020 Showcase

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s ‘Household Mutations’ was selected for inclusion by curator Samuel Ace for the @Salon Pride: Queer Sound 2020 showcase. In the month of June, sound artists from the showcase will be featured in a Live Zoom series in conversation and performance on Tuesdays, 5p PDT. Ching-In Chen, Ian Hatcher and micha cárdenas will be ...

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Alumna of the Year: Priya Frank

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Priya Frank has been recognized with a 2020 University of Washington Bothell Alumni of the Year Award. A 2011 graduate of the Master of Arts in Cultural Studies program, Frank is the Associate Director for Community Programs at Seattle Art Museum (SAM), where she focuses on partnerships, programming, and equity-related initiatives. Frank is also the founding chair of SAM’s Equity Team and chair of the Seattle Arts Commission.

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Ernest Kandilige: Serving Metro riders and students

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IAS alum Ernest Kandilige (Global Studies ’06) is deputy director of King County Metro’s Mobility Division, which works to provide a reliable, fast and equitable mobility network for people who can’t ride the fixed-route buses for one reason or another.  He is also a founding member of the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences Advisory Board who believes in giving back.

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Bridging distance through film

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Students in IAS faculty member Minda Martin’s Resilient Visions course are partnering with students from Jinan University in Guangzhou Province of China and Shi Hsin University in Taipei, Taiwan, to curate and produce the 2020 Resilient Visions film festival. Founded by IAS faculty in 2018, this year’s Resilient Visions received 360 photo, audio, VR/AR, and video submissions. 

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