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.
Indigenous People's Day Celebration Honors Womxn, Remembers Those Missing and Murdered, Photo Essay, South Seattle Emerald. 15 Ways to Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day 2018 in Seattle, The Stranger.
Jey Saung, Ph.C. received the Marie Doman Award for Excellence in Teaching for 2018. The award was presented to Jey by Marie Doman and Professor Cricket Keating at the 2018 GWSS Fall Reception. Jey has taught courses at the University of Washington for the Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Comparative History of Ideas (CHID), and English. In fact, Jey received CHID's Collaborative Learning and Interdisciplinary Pedagogy (CLIP) Fellowship for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Women Studies/GWSS 2009 alum, Yecelica Valdivia, received the 2018 GWSS Alumni Award in honor and appreciation of their service to the Seattle community and long-standing commitment to the values of Women Studies at the University of Washington. Yecelica (aka YJV) is Co-Director at the Seattle Young People's Project. Bio:
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Regina Yung Lee and former students of Lee's course GWSS 590: Feminist New Media Studies Aut 2017 have created a collective post titled Digital Object Creation as Scholarly Process: A Collective Blog Post. It is up at the Simpson Center Reimagining the PhD Blog.