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IAS students to present at the Mary Gates Undergraduate Research Symposium

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IAS students Eli Nicholson, Jordan Fette, Noor Shahin, Kenleigh Weber, Daisy Wong, William Appel, and Angelica Luchetto will present their research at the Mary Gates Undergraduate Research Symposium on May 17, 2019. The research projects include...

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Charlie Collins co-authors top-cited paper in Journal of Urban Affairs

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IAS faculty member Charlie Collins co-authored the top-cited paper in the Journal of Urban Affairs in 2018: “Transforming social cohesion into informal social control: Deconstructing collective efficacy and the moderating role of neighborhood racial homogeneity.”  Drawing on collective efficacy and social disorganization theories, the article found a positive relationship between social cohesion ...

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Early grad Deidre Woods traces her journey to UW Bothell

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Last December IAS launched the Early Grads campaign to reconnect with our “founding alumni” (1991-2003). This group played an important role in shaping the campus and creating a legacy of excellence. Now thriving in their lives and careers, we want to celebrate their stories. One alum who’s reconnected through the campaign is Deidre Woods.

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Kari Lerum presents at Seattle City Council & The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies (UW)

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IAS faculty member and Seattle LGBTQ commissioner Kari Lerum recently presented the commission’s 2 year work plan to the Civil Rights, Utilities, Economic committee of the Seattle City Council. The video footage of Lerum along with two other LGBTQ commissioners can be seen starting at minute 54.

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Diane Gillespie and Leah Shin build reciprocal mentoring relationship

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Mentorship can be an uneven partnership, but one pair is redefining this. Last winter IAS major Leah Shin enrolled the course, “Women, Culture, and Development,” taught by IAS faculty member Julie Shayne, and was inspired by guest speaker Professor Emeritus Diane Gillespie, who discussed her work with the human rights organization Tostan. Shin found ...

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