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Regina Yung Lee is Co-Principle Investigator on National Science Foundation Grant
Regina Yung Lee is co-principle investigator on a National Science Foundation Grant, “Changing the Conversation with Humanitarian Engineering Context” (RFE Award #1763204). Alongside Jessica Kaminsky (UW Civil Engineering), Jennifer Turns and Cindy Altman (UW Engineering Education), Cristina Poleacovschi (Iowa State Civil Engineering), with postdoc Giovanna Scalone, our study examines the effects of engineering pedagogy on engineering identity.
Students in GWSS 451 create Dia de los Metros Altar/Exhibit
Students in instructor Elizabeth Ramirez Arreola's GWSS 451 Latina Culture course created a Dia de los Metros altar/exhibit that participated this year at El Centro de la Raza.  Following professor’s Michelle Habell-Pallan format for last year's class; this was the second year that GWSS 451 students set up a collective altar/exhibit for the annual event.  This year the altar of Latinx Cultural Production class honored Latinx women identified as “Valientes, Guerrerxs & Persistentes” (Brave, Persistent, Warriors).  Remembering Latina/x women that have historically paved the way,
Iris Viveros performs in Roads to Reconciliation at Seattle Pacific University
GWSS graduate student will perform in an event presented by the Music Department at Seattle Pacific University on Thursday, November 15, 2018 titled Roads to Reconciliation.
GWSS Lecturer, Regina Yung Lee, at NWSA Annual Conference
National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference 2018 Just Imagine. Imaging Justice: Feminist visions of freedom, dream making and the radical politics of futures. November 8-11, 2018 Academic Arrebatos: Collective Reinventing, Associate Professor Emeritus Angela Ginorio and Graduate Student Elizabeth Ramirez Arreola
Black Embodiments Studio Microseminar Winter 2019
Microseminar Winter 2019 critical writing, blackness, & aesthetics The Black Embodiments Studio 5 Meetings & Gallery Visits
Indigenous Feminisms Symposium 10/4/2018, Luana Ross
GWSS Associate Professor Luana Ross was a speaker at the Indigenous Feminisms Symposium: Bad Indians, Stolen Children, and Journeys Home on October 4, 2018 at the Alexander Blewett III School of Law, University of Montana.

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