Rachel Arteaga is Associate Director of the Simpson Center and Associate Program Director for Reimagining the Humanities PhD and Reaching New Publics, a public scholarship program generously funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
To Rethink Community College-Research University Partnerships, Legitimize the Work of Graduate Students Already Taking on the Labor of Relationship-Building
Joe Wilson is a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of English, as well as a 2020-2021 Collaborative Mellon Fellow for Reaching New Publics with Rebecca Taylor, who is a Doctoral Student in
Denise Grollmus is a writer, scholar, teacher, web designer, and translator who was the Simpson Center's Communications Manager from 2018-2020.
Jacqui Pratt earned a doctoral degree from the English Department in Rhetoric & Composition in 2019. She is currently an adjunct professor at Northampton Community College as well as a writer for the websites Women Love Wrestling and Bell to Belles.
Kate Krieg serves as the Executive Director of Guided Pathways at Seattle Central College. Guided Pathways is the student success framework for Washington State's 34 community and technical colleges.
Larry Cushnie is a tenured faculty member at South Seattle College teaching political science and a faculty coordinator for the social science and cannabis programs.
Steph Hankinson is tenured faculty in Humanities, Drama, and English at South Seattle College. She teaches a wide range of courses on global/US film, intercultural communication, performance studies, interdisciplinary Humanities, as well as the full suite of English composition courses.
Anthony has been a philosophy instructor at the Seattle Colleges since 2015. He has also been a part of the UW Mellon Fellowship For Reaching New Publics since 2018.
Anna Hackman (anna/she/they) is a faculty member in the Humanities at Seattle Central College. Anna has been a faculty member at SCC for 8 years, and grounds their work in critical pedagogy and sees education as a liberation project.