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Perspectives from Two International Students at Shoreline Community College: An Interview with Maral Atayeva and Yara Musad (Class of 2021) By Katia Chaterji and Jessica Bachman June 16, 2021 In 2019, Shoreline Community College in Washington State became the first 2-year college in the United States to award international students a #...
Talking About It: Recognizing Community College Teaching as Valuable Professional Development by Anna Bates June 1, 2021 As one of the Mellon Fellows for Reaching New Publics, I’ve been researching the experience of UW graduate students in the humanities who chose to teach at two-year...
James Gregory’s Research on Redlining Prompts New Washington Bill on Racist Property Covenants May 25, 2021 In 2005, James Gregory (History) began research into racial discrimination in housing covenants with support from the Simpson Center. Within a year, the project findings led to a law,...

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