Study Abroad Expands Your World
In early November, Justin Nygard, the new ASUWB Director of Government Relations, visited Chinese 101 and inspired Biang Biang Mianhis fellow students with his vivid and moving account of life-changing experiences and his “sentimental education” in China.
Research in Progress: Tues., Nov. 25
Science is never “value-free” but always inherently social and cultural, according to School of IAS professor Johanna Crane. She will present a case study of HIV drugs and diagnostics at the next Research in Progress on Tuesday, Nov. 25 from 4 to 5 p.m. in LB1-205.
IAS offers public scholarship certificate
The UW graduate Certificate in Public Scholarship is now a three-way partnership between the School of IAS, the UW Graduate School, and the Simpson Center for the Humanities. It enables UW students to integrate their intellectual, political, and professional interests through engagement with diverse publics.