Speech and Debate Team tournament results

National Forensics Association National Championship American Forensics Association National Tournament Novice No More Pi Kappa Delta National Comprehensive Tournament

June 7, 2021

Six IAS students recognized in the 2021 Husky 100

Each year, the Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students from Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma in all areas of study who are making the most of their time at the UW. The Husky 100 actively connect what happens inside and outside of the classroom and apply what they learn to make a difference on campus, in their communities, and for the future. This year six IAS students are included in this recognition:

May 24, 2021

Ten students share the fifth annual Leslie Ashbaugh Feminist Praxis in Education (LAFPIE) Award!

This year ten GWSS students from Lauren Lichty’s class “Participatory Action Research to Address Sexual and Relationship Violence at the University of Washington Bothell” will share the LAFPIE award. The Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) community created the award in 2016, the year they launched the degree, to honor and commemorate their colleague Leslie Ashbaugh.

May 21, 2021

MFA candidate Troy Landrum, Jr publishes in South Seattle Emerald

Troy Landrum, Jr recently published a work of short fiction, “The New Life,” in the South Seattle Emerald. Landrum is a second-year candidate in the MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics program, currently completing his thesis, a work of historical fiction that traces the Great Migration through the history of a Black family. In addition to his writing ...

April 12, 2021

The enduring impact of mentoring connections

The Winter/Spring issue of UW Bothell Magazine highlights the power of mentorship and features IAS alumni Tadashi Shiga ('96), Emily Anderson ('09), and Bianca Borjas ('17), and current student Cindy Yang. In the article, “The enduring impact of mentoring connections,” ...

April 6, 2021

Practicing social justice with Snohomish County

Students in the Master of Arts in Policy Studies program gained practical experience in a winter quarter partnership with Snohomish County’s new Office of Social Justice. As part of IAS faculty member Charlie Collin’s Practicum for Policy Studies course, the students worked on three projects: an assessment of marginalized communities; a comparison of strategies with other governments; and a survey of diversity, equity and inclusion among county employees.

March 26, 2021