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MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics hosts panel on "life after the MFA" at Hugo House

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On Wednesday, May 22nd, students, faculty, and community members convened at Hugo House’s Lapis Theater on Capitol Hill for a conversation and Q&A about how to make a life (and a living) as a writer in Seattle. Moderated by IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk, the panel featured Corinne Manning, Natalie A. Martínez, and Abi Pollokoff. An annual tradition in the MFA ...

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IAS faculty members serve as research mentors for the Pacific Science Center's 2019 "Games for our Future"

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IAS faculty members Jennifer Atkinson, Mark Chen, and Jason Lambacher served as research mentors for the Pacific Science Center's 2019 "Games for our Future" event, a three-day game jam focused on the theme “Creating a Green Tomorrow.” The Game Jam brought game developers and researchers together to learn from each other and show the power of games to translate complex environmental research into a medium that's both fun and educational. The event was ...

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Diane Weber stays politically engaged through Democrats Abroad

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After a long career in public service, IAS alum Diane Weber relocated to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. For many retirees, a life of leisure ensues, but Weber’s political work keeps her quite occupied.  After the 2016 election, she felt compelled to take action and joined Democrats Abroad, the official Democratic Party arm for the millions of Americans living outside the United States. With 42 country committees throughout the world ...

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Bartha and Burgett facilitate workshop

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IAS Director of Graduate Programs Miriam Bartha and Dean Bruce Burgett facilitated a two-day workshop at the University of Iowa on publicly-engaged graduate education. 

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Women of Color Healing Circle wins T-Mobile grant

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IAS students Gloria Giselle Gonzalez-Zapata and Nura A. Abdi founded the Women of Color Healing Circle, a space where women of color can gather to begin healing, build community, and learn to be the revolutionaries of tomorrow. At UW Bothell’s annual Equity & Inclusion Conference, their project won the Create the Change contest, a $5,000 grant to support their continued efforts. 

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