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Contents: Diversity and Inclusion Committee's Solidarity Statement, 2020 Awards, Honors and Achievements, UW experts on challenges to worker safety in meat processing industry, You Thought You Were an Environmentalist: Geography Students Broadcast Environmental Justice Themes through Podcasting, UW Honors students use art to disrupt the narrative on homelessness , Undergraduate Internship Spotlight: Tanner Minh Le, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Summer 2019-Present, Alumni Profile: From Hackathon to Amazon, Utako Kase is Proud to Have Studied Geography
Contents: Introducing New Faculty in the Department of Geography, With New Course About Genealogical Geographies, Faculty and Students Find "Joy" in Collaboration, A Museum Mission, First-Year Graduate Student Emma Gause Meets with U.S. Surgeon General, Alumni Profile: Staying Positive and Curious, Matt Manolides Finds Success with GIS
Contents: "Taking Care" Conference Features Interdisciplinary Scholarship Touched by Care Theory and Ethics, Undergraduates Present Compelling Research in the 2019 Research Symposium, M.A. Student Amelia Schwartz Receives Award from UW Center for Human Rights for Work on Indigenous Water Rights, Geography Major Sean Harding Reflects on Legislative Reporting Internship, Professor Megan Ybarra's Green Wars Wins Award at the 2019 American Association of Geographers Conference, Geography Graduate Student Alex Ramiller Collaborates with an Interdisciplinary Team Researching Evictions in Washington State, Undergraduate Internship Spotlight: Sophia Nelson, King County Metro Transit, Winter-Spring 2019, Alumni Profile: Dr. Jay Lund Elected to National Academy of Engineering, Alumni Profile: From Yakima to Edinburgh, UW Geography Alum Melissa Espinoza Pursues a Career Researching Housing and Homelessness, Coming Together Through Identity: Geography Major Jody Nguyen Tran and the Vietnamese Student Association at UW
Contents: From the Chair, Summer 2015, Bill Beyers retires from teaching but continues his research and service, Rick Roth retires from academic advising, Understanding environmental justice in the Maya Forest, How do you save the chestnut? Our newest faculty member is trying to find out, Teaching Environmental Science and Water Quality at a Liberal Arts College, Blending Teaching, Activism, and Anti-Racist Practice, Geographies of Climate Change and Social Activism, Researching Water Disparities and Contributing to Water Policy