Lake Union Lab & UW Cities: Replacing the paper with an online exhibit.

INNOVATORSThe Lake Union Lab is a part of the UW Cities Collaboratory, an interdisciplinary effort led by O’Mara, History; Kim England, Geography; Susan Kemp, Social Work; and Thaisa Way, Landscape Architecture. Classes taught by Way and England have also posted exhibits in the Lake Union Lab, and additional courses are planned for 2014–2015. The team is mentoring an interdisciplinary group of graduate students in a project to research the history and changing geography of North Lake Union neighborhoods.

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Geography Graduate Student Featured in A&S Perspectives Newsletter

 

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Graduate student Jason Young was featured in the latest edition of the Perspectives Newsletter authored by the College of Arts And Sciences. The newsletter explores Young’s recent trip to the Canadian Arctic to learn Inuktitut, the language of the Inuit. Find the article here.