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Becca Price: Chronicling SABER's efforts to become antiracist

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A new publication by a team of people led by Miriam Segura-Totten (University of North Georgia) and Samiksha Raut (The University of Alabama at Birmingham) and including IAS faculty member Becca Price, describes how the Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) has challenged itself to become antiracist. ...

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Kari Lerum publishes on death rituals in Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy

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IAS faculty member Kari Lerum recently published an article in Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy about her class, “Death Rituals” (previously featured as a UW Bothell news story). The article, “Teaching death rituals during states of emergency: Centering death positivity, anti-racism, grief, & ritual,” provides an overview of ...

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Maisha Manson is the new program manager for UW Bothell Diversity Center!

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M.A. in Cultural Studies alum Maisha Manson (they, them, theirs) was recently hired as program manager at UW Bothell’s Student Diversity Center and Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion through a national search. Maisha will support the Diversity Center and UW Bothell student community through advocacy, care, and ...

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Two of Ching-In Chen's poems are published in Kweli

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s poems “Inside me, another family” and “Inside me, I write/ a swarm of wants” was published in Kweli. Kweli’s mission is to create a community of Black, Indigenous and POC artists and ...

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Jennifer Atkinson interviewed in Discover Magazine

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson was interviewed in Discover Magazine for a feature piece on mental health impacts of climate change. As she explained, “People who’ve directly experienced a climate-fueled disaster often experience chronic anxiety and depression in the aftermath, or ...

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