Note Campus: Seattle

Dr. Cynthia Thomashow

Dr. Cynthia Thomashow contributed a chapter to the recently published book “Towards Critical Environmental Education,” which provides a strong theoretical background to a rising field that is rapidly gaining in importance. Her chapter is titled “Education for Environmental Equity and

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Kate Sipe ’02

What if classrooms were envisioned as a small democracy? What if our students practiced democracy in their classroom year after year? Further, what if they knew they deserved it? Kate Sipe, ’02, Antioch University Seattle MA in Education with Graduate Teacher

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Andrew Parsons ’19

Andrew Parsons ’19 (Seattle, MA) received the Teacher of the Year award at Park Orchard Elementary School in the Kent School District for the 2019-2020 school year.

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Nichole Klocksiem ’18

Nichole Klocksiem ’18 (Seattle, MA) organized the panel Queer and Geeky Educators Q&A for GeekGirlCon, an event that empowers girls to pursue their “geeky” passions, whatever they might be.

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Rasheena Fountain ’17

Rasheena Fountain ’17 (Seattle, MA) was featured in the KBCS interview “More Than One Kind of Nature,” which discussed what shapes our view of the environment and our relationship with it.

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Tiffany Adams ’17

Tiffany Adams ’17 (Seattle, MEd) was featured in a Yes! Magazine article, “Rare Birder Sightings: Bird Watching is Booming, Yet Black Birders are as Rare as a Bird Exists.”

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Delbert Richardson ’16

Delbert Richardson ’16 (Seattle, BA) is the founder and curator of the American History Traveling Museum: The Unspoken Truths, which was showcased at the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence for Seattle Public Schools.

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Dr. Mo Raei ’11, ’16

Dr. Mo Raei ’11, ’16 (Seattle, MS, GSLC, PhD) co-authored the chapter “I’ll Only Follow You if I Trust You: Using Adult Development to Accelerate Trust” in Maturing Leadership: How Adult Development Impacts Leadership (2020).

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Kristin Leong ’10

Kristin Leong ’10 (Seattle, MA) is the Community Engagement Producer at Seattle’s local public radio station, KUOW. She launched a website called Rock Paper Radio, a “dispatch for misfits & unlikely optimists.”

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Colleen Echohawk ’09

Colleen Echohawk ’09 (Seattle, BA) was awarded the Martin Luther King Medal of Distinguished Service. The annual award recognizes individuals whose work has answered the question asked by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “What are you doing for others?” She

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Lisa Conger ’91

Lisa Conger ’91 (Seattle, MA) read “You Would Like to Write a Poem About Medicine” by Kenneth Darcy on Spokane Public Radio.

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Pamela Sackett ’90

Pamela Sackett ’90 (Seattle, BA) published I Can: Twelve Ways to Witness the Heart (2019), which explores key concepts of emotional literacy, focusing on self authority. This text is especially geared toward those who play pivotal roles in the lives

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