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Julie Shayne receives UW Distinguished Teaching Award

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IAS faculty member and GWSS faculty coordinator Julie Shayne has received the Distinguished Teaching Award for 2019. The Distinguished Teaching Award is given annually to seven faculty members: five from the Seattle campus and one each from UW Bothell and UW Tacoma. Recipients are chosen based on a variety of criteria, including mastery of the subject matter; enthusiasm and innovation in the teaching and learning process; ability to engage students both within and outside the classroom; ability to ...

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Kadija Hussen is a young woman empowered

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While in high school, Kadija Hussen discovered UW Bothell through a career event organized by Young Women Empowered. Now she's majoring in Law, Economics & Public Policy, engaging in campus leadership, and mentoring other young women! 

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IAS faculty and student win 2019 Husky Green Awards

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The Husky Green Awards are given annually to students, faculty and staff from the Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma campuses who show environmental leadership and dedication. This year, IAS faculty members Rob Turner, Warren Gold, Environmental Science major Jordan Fette, and Policy Studies alum Sean Schmidt have been awarded this distinction.

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Jason Frederick Lambacher publishes editorial on the Green New Deal

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IAS faculty member Jason Frederick Lambacher published an editorial in the May 2019 edition of The New Republic on the Green New Deal.  In a guest editorial for the magazine, Lambacher, drawing on the work of Hannah Arendt, argues that citizen involvement in both imagining and implementing a Green New Deal (GND) is fundamental to its viability.

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IAS Faculty Host Distinguished Speaker Cecilia Vicuña

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Last week, the School of IAS hosted Dean's Distinguished Speaker Cecilia Vicuña, a Chilean visual artist and poet whose work addresses ecological destruction, human rights, and cultural homogenization. As part of her visit, Vicuña delivered a performance lecture, Living Poems, on Tuesday April 16th from 6-8pm to a large audience of campus and community members. The following day ...

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