IAS News

Angelica Mendoza receives first Founders Fellow Conference Travel Award

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Angelica Mendoza saw that a lot of the activists she respects were attending the 34th Annual Women of Color Conference at the University of California, Berkeley, so the UW Bothell senior signed up to take part. Then she panicked. Expenses were a problem.  

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Anida Yoeu Ali published in “Turning Tides: Caribbean Intersections in the Americas and Beyond”

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IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali has published in the edited volume, Turning Tides: Caribbean Intersections in the Americas and Beyond published by Ian Randle Publishers. The book brings together an eclectic collection of 19 essays, conversations and reports intended to reach beyond regions and compartmentalized disciplines. The book hopes to broaden the horizons of what we call  ‘The Caribbean’ both geographically and intellectually.

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Green building champion Tadashi Shiga reconnects with UW Bothell

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Alum Tadashi Shiga (’96) is an evangelist for sustainable living. Shiga’s passion for energy efficiency runs deep, as do his local roots as a third generation Seattleite. With 20+ years in real estate development, it was 2007 economic downturn that sparked Shiga’s passion for green building. Faced with the market’s uncertainty, he began researching sustainability and energy efficiency for homes, eventually ...

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IAS Faculty Organize Alive 3.0 Spring Performance Festival

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This Spring Quarter 2019, IAS faculty members Anida Yoeu Ali and Naomi Macalalad Bragin, professors from Critical Acts: Socially Engaged Performance Research Interest Group (RIG), are organizing the Alive Performance Festival and Critical Acts Visiting Artist Residency. Now in its third consecutive year, Alive animates campus, asking UW Bothell and extended communities to engage, witness and participate in performance as social justice activism. This year ...

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Amaranth Borsuk is poet-in-residence at the Seattle Review of Books for National Poetry Month

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The Seattle Review of Books has asked IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk to be their poet in residence for April. The editors will publish a poem by Borsuk each week and interview her about her work and reading. Borsuk's first piece, a new poem titled "Strap on a Witness When You Go Out with the Tongue in Your Mouth Worn Thin from Walking," was published on 4/2. "It Goes without Saying," a collaboration with artist Julie Wills, has just been published. Borsuk's current reading list was ...

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