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Contents: Welcome to All Eyes on AES, AES Retreat: Looking Forward, Encountering History: The AES Study Abroad Program Goes to China, Student Interns Continue to Shape PICA, New Editorship, New Horizons, Unheard Stories of Bracero Railroaders, “Voices of Maíz” International Gathering, Honored Recipient of the MAP Distinguished Community Service Award, Life After AES, AES Welcomes Four New Faculty Members, AES Offers Support for Undocumented Students
Contents: Welcome to All Eyes on AES, Reflection and Celebration at Inaugural AES Symposium, AES Students Recover Latino/a History of the Yakima Valley, UW Student-Athletes Shine in Community Ambassadors Program , AES, AIS and GWSS Lead Forum on Race & Equity, Professor Tetsuden Kashima Retires , Professor Gail Nomura Retires, Professor Stephen Sumida Retires , AES Language Lecturers Secure Three-Year Appointments, Bringing Chicano/a Perspectives to Museum of Northwest Art, New Book Explores ‘Deep Seeds’ and ‘First Foods’ of the Mexican-Origin Peoples, Consul of Mexico Presents “Ohtli” Award to University of Washington Professor Lauro Flores
Contents: Welcome to All Eyes on AES, American Ethnic Studies – Thirty Years in the Making!, Dulce Gutierrez (AES '14), Trailblazer, The PICA Conference – Drawing a Crowd, Building Community, Engaging New Sounds in AFRAM 337, AES at the 21st Annual MAP Breakfast, Preserving Historical Sites in the Yakima Valley, A Conversation on Health & Poverty, Preparing Our Students as Writers, The Interdisciplinary Writing Studio – Now Open for Business!, Congratulations to a Former AES Chair – Now UW President!, AES, AIS & GWSS Address Race & Equity at the UW
Contents: Welcome to All Eyes on AES, Spaniards Cast Admiring Eyes on Art of Alfredo Arreguín, Sense of Mission Drives Plan for African American Elders , Summer Seminar Students Connect to South China’s Culture, Connie So Honored for Service to the Asian American Community, Parissh Knox: A Mission to Hold People and Communities Together, Salvador Gomez Discovers What Matters Most, New U.S. Poet Laureate Dances with Life, Poetry, Teaching, AES Milestone: 30th Anniversary Celebration , Top Dawgs: Long-Time AES Faculty Lead the University, Sherman Alexie Returning to AES Faculty , Graduation Time for 57 AES Seniors, Ethnic Studies: A Poem by Troy Osaki