Dave Hendry and Esther Min (UW School of Public Health/Front and Centered) were awarded a Living Landscapes Incubator grant of $25,000 for Toward the Design of a Sociotechnical Platform for Environmental Reporting, Response, and Action to Support Thriving Communities.
Chris Coward, Julie Kientz (HCDE), Koko Koltai, Jin Ha Lee, and Rachel Moran were awarded a University of Washington Population Health Initiative Tier 1 Pilot Grant of $24,914 for Misinformation Escape Room: Building a research agenda for a gamified approach to combating health misinformation.
Kristina Adams Waldorf (UW Obstetrics & Gynecology), Koko Koltai, Rita Hsu (Confluence Health), Linsey Monaghan (North Olympic Healthcare Network), Shelby Wilson (UW Communication), Alex Stonehill (UW Communication), Ekta Dokania (UW Communication), and Lauren Marcell, (UW Medicine) were awarded a University of Washington Population Health Initiative’ Tier 1 Pilot Grant of $24,961 for Exploring COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in Pregnant Rural Washingtonians.
Miranda Belarde-Lewis gave a talk, "Care, Curation, and Collaboration: Centering Native Values in Museum Work," as the Winter Quarter featured speaker for The Museology Speakers Series, sponsored by Foundry10 at the UW's Museology program.
Carole Palmer and Chris Coward presented at iConference 2022 this week: LIS Forward Forum: Shaping Future Directions for LIS to Thrive and Grow in iSchools. iConference, Interactive Session, March 3, 2022. (Co-presenters: Carole Palmer, Chris Coward, Maria Bonn (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and Mega Subramaniam (University of Maryland).
Chris Holstrom had the following paper accepted to the International Society of Knowledge Organization 2022 Conference: "Analyzing the Structure and Dynamics of Control Relationships in the Case of 'Illegal Aliens' in the Library of Congress Subject Headings."
Charles Bugre had the following article accepted to the International Information & Library Review: Daniel Azerikatoa Ayoung; Frederic Naazi-Ale Baada; Charles Bugre. Curbing fake news: A qualitative study of the readiness of academic librarians in Ghana. International Information & Library Review https://doi.org/10.1080/10572317.2022.204643