IAS News

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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Curtis Takahashi — academic adviser, live radio ‘sound effects dude’

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IAS alum Curtis Takahashi (’04) helps UW Bothell students explore new academic pursuits, build job skills and connect with employers as an adviser with the UW Bothell Career Development Program. He’s also a sound effects artist for local radio drama production groups.

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Barbara Noah in "Volcano!" exhibit at the Portland Art Museum

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IAS faculty member Barbara Noah is included in the "Volcano! Mount St. Helens in Art" exhibit at the Portland Art Museum (PAM), in honor of the 40th anniversary of the eruption. The virtual exhibition can be viewed online, and is featured on the PAM Instagram account. The recording ...

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Jennifer Atkinson launches "Facing It" podcast on the emotional burden of climate change

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson launched Facing It, a new podcast exploring the emotional burden of climate change. The project is a collaboration between Atkinson, who is the writer and host, and London-based composer and sound artist Roberto DavidRusconi. In her pilot episode, Atkinson explains the podcast theme ...

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