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Katherine Voyles: “On (Not) Reading the Mueller Report”

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IAS faculty member Katherine Voyles published “On (Not) Reading the Mueller Report” in the Los Angeles Review of Books. The piece explores the wide gap between the high public interest in the Special Counsel’s report evidenced by its bestseller status and the vanishingly small number of Americans who have actually read in full the redacted report.

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Neil Simpkins wins 2020 CCCC Disability in College Composition Travel Award

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AS faculty member Neil Simpkins has been selected for a 2020 CCCC Disability in College Composition Travel Award. The Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) is a constituent organization within the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Simpkins is one of 6 recipients of this award.

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Jennifer Atkinson interviewed on The 4 Stages of Climate Grief

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson was interviewed in an Outside Magazine story on The 4 Stages of Climate Grief.  Written by Heather Hansman, author of Downriver: Into the Future of Water in the West, the essay profiled personal struggles with climate grief and eco-anxiety. Atkinson's contribution highlighted practical strategies for coping with distress that arises from assaults on places we are personally connected to. Hansman contacted Atkinson after learning of her work helping students build emotional strategies to cope with climate grief and ...

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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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Jin-Kyu Jung and Ted Hiebert publish “Imagining the Details: Happy Places and Creative Geovisualization”

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IAS faculty members Jin-Kyu Jung and Ted Hiebert published “Imagining the Details: Happy Places and Creative Geovisualization” in Livingmaps Review. "Imagining the Details" explores the imagination as a social gesture and a way to creatively and empathically engage with and around questions of homelessness and urban precarity. ...

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