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Kristin Gustafson elected to Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication's teaching committee

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Members of the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) elected IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson to the organization’s Teaching Committee. The 3,700-member professional, nonprofit, international organization is “the oldest and largest alliance of journalism and mass communication educators and administrators at the college level.” Gustafson will serve a three-year term beginning October.

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Policy Studies candidate Tania Santiago addresses COVID-19 impact on Latinx Community

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Recognizing the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the Latinx community in Washington State, MA in Policy Studies candidate Tania Santiago mobilized friends and knowledge learned in her policy studies practicum to develop COVID-19 Social Media Resources in SpanishIn addition ...

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Amani Sawari advocates for release of Michigan prisoners amidst COVID-19

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IAS alum Amani Sawari (’16) is the statewide campaign coordinator for the Michigan Prisoner Rehabilitation Credit Act (MPRCA), an initiative for the November 2020 ballot that would restore "good time" credits to the prison system, which were eliminated in the state's 1998 Truth In Sentencing law. Michigan is one of three states in the U.S. that does not make earned credits available to incarcerated people. For several years Sawari has ...

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Julie Shayne featured in SUNY Press’s Quarterly Newsletter

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IAS faculty member Julie Shayne was one of two featured authors in SUNY Press’s April newsletter. SUNY Press, publisher of her third book Taking Risks: Feminist Activism and Research in the Americas, was especially interested in Shayne’s take on the importance of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS). Julie, co-facilitator of UW Bothell's GWSS major ...

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Robbie Christmas creates “Work From Home Seattle” concert livestream

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Many full-time musicians in the Seattle area are finding their incomes frozen as events and venues across the state remain closed. One of these affected artists is IAS alum Robbie Christmas (Media & Communication Studies ’11), also known as RX. Like many of his professional musician friends experiencing the consequences of quarantine first hand,  RX “felt compelled to get involved and give back to the community that had made [him] feel whole and welcome.” RX began working with fellow local musicians to organize Work From Home Seattle, a series of virtual concerts. The event livestreams ...

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