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Research Communication and Equity Fellowship

Research Commons
(Allen Library)

Reception: 2 PM, Thursday May 9th

 

About the Fellowship

Join us to celebrate the academic and creative work of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) graduate students. Each Fellow creates a physical artifact that visually communicates their research. These artifacts take many forms: posters, artwork, visualizations, etc. Students come from across the UW Seattle campus in programs from law to biology.

The Research Commons is a space for interdisciplinary, innovative, and collaborative student work. Components of this ethos, along with the UW Libraries’ strategic goals around advancing research for the public good and creating equitable environments, have informed the development of this fellowship. In particular, we highlight graduate students doing interdisciplinary and collaborative work, open work (for example, open access publishing or projects with public scholarship components), and digital scholarship methodologies/tools (for example, data analysis, mapping platforms, or digital humanities work).

All 2024 Fellowship artifacts are on display in the UW Libraries Research Commons starting May 8th. You can also view online materials and learn more about the 2024 Fellows and their work below.

2024 Fellows:

  • Angela Chen, School of Public Health, Department of Health Systems and Population Health, PhD in Health Services
  • Amelia Dogan, Information School, PhD
  • Farrah Hasan, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, Master’s program
  • Marielle Marcaida, Department of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, PhD in Feminist Studies
  • Chenae White, School of Education, PhD in Special Education