Carole Palmer, Miranda Belarde-Lewis, Sandy Littletree, Nicholas Weber, Christopher Teuton (UW American Indian Studies), and Tami Hohn (UW American Indian Studies) received an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation award of $500,000 for Data Services for Indigenous Scholarship and Sovereignty.
Christopher Jowaisas and Stacey Wedlake were awarded a $34,157 grant from the Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE) for WA State Digital Navigators Program.
Sandy Littletree received a Qacagʷac Award of $3,000 from the UW Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies (CAIIS) to support her research work.
Jaime Snyder has been recommended to proceed to the next phase of the review process by the Institute of International Education (IIE) for a Fulbright U.S. Scholar award (Fulbright Global Scholar Award: India, Ethiopia).
Erin Beneteau and Wanda Pratt published a paper in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) about an under-represented population - people who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication: "Telehealth experiences of providers and patients who use augmentative and alternative communication" by Erin Beneteau, Ann Paradiso, Wanda Pratt.
Katherine Cross was interviewed by MIT Technology Review about sexual harassment and user safety in 'The Metaverse': “The metaverse has a groping problem already.”
Miranda Belarde-Lewis was interviewed for a KNKX Public Radio segment about bell hooks’ passing: “bell hooks’ writing was ‘water’: Local figures share their take on her legacy.”
Chirag Shah was quoted in a TechTarget article: “Predictive analytics in marketing: Achieving success.”