Bill Howe was included in a list of “leading academic data leaders” by Chief Data Officer Magazine: “CDO Magazine Announces Its 2022 List of Leading Academic Data Leaders.”
Katherine Cross published an editorial in Sociological Review's COVID Refigurations issue about how the pandemic revealed the need to democratize science.
Katherine Cross also published a piece in WIRED about online harassment and the impact of what she calls “indirect, or tertiary harassment”: “It's Not Your Fault You're a Jerk on Twitter.”
Iisaaksiichaa Ross Braine was selected as the Keynote Speaker for the Oregon City School District Equity Conference. The theme for the conference was 'Building Bridges for Our Students: See Them, Hear Them, Elevate Their Voices'. His keynote information is:
- Title: Tribal Sovereignty and DEI
- Description: Students, Faculty, and Staff who are citizens of, enrollable descendants of, or registered descendants of Federally Recognized Tribes have a unique trust relationship with the US Federal Government. This session will explore some of what that means and how we can honor the American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) experience, traditional ways of learning, and cultural competency.
“Preston Singletary: Raven and the Box of Daylight,” the exhibit curated by Miranda Belarde-Lewis, opened at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian last week. The event was featured in The Seattle Times: “Seattle artist Preston Singletary gets solo show at Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.”
Karen Fisher and Lexa Gambrill presented preliminary findings from their IMLS-funded study “Trauma in the Library: Symptoms of PTSD Among Staff and Methods for Ensuring Trauma-Informed Care” at ALA’s LibLearnX Conference. The presentation was highlighted in an American Libraries Magazine article titled, “The Trauma of Library Work.”
Katherine Cross was interviewed by Sueddeutsche Zeitung for an article about sexual harassment in the Metaverse. Sueddeutsche Zeitung is one of the leading broadsheets in Germany.