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Sayako Huang

November 10, 2022

Posted by: Jessica Beyer

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Sayako Huang is pursuing a BA in Global & Regional Studies, with a track in Technology, Security, and Diplomacy, and a regional track of Asia, with a double minor of

Jesús Hidalgo

January 12, 2021

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Jesus Hidalgo

Jesús Hidalgo is the Graduate Program Adviser at the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington and was a graduate instructor for the Spanish and Portuguese Studies

Daniel Hoffman

October 21, 2019

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Daniel Hoffman

Daniel Hoffman is Jackson School Director and Stanley D. Golub Endowed Chair in International Studies at the University of Washington. Hoffman, a professor of international studies and comparative history of

Shixin Huang

May 31, 2018

Posted by: sonja214

Shixin Huang

Shixin Huang is a Ph.D. student in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies. Her research focuses on the disability rights movement in contemporary China. She is interested in

Robert Hunt

February 28, 2018

Posted by: Jessica Beyer

Robert Hunt is a Jackson School MA student in International Studies.  Originally born in Korat, Thailand, he completed his undergraduate degree at Hawaii Pacific University. Following a career in the

Matthew Hegyes

October 4, 2017

Posted by: Jessica Beyer

Matthew Hegyes is an International Policy Institute Cybersecurity Policy Fellow. He is currently a senior at the University of Washington, studying international political economy within the Henry M. Jackson School

Liora Halperin

June 16, 2017

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Liora Halperin

Professor Halperin, Professor in the Jackson School and History Department, focuses her research on Jewish cultural history, Jewish-Arab relations in Ottoman and Mandate Palestine, and the shaping of Zionist national

Ian Hanna

March 28, 2017

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Ian Hanna

Research interests: Arctic marine transportation and safety policy, Resource exploitation, Sea ice predictability, and shipping routes.

Paula Holmes-Eber

November 16, 2015

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

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Paula Holmes-Eber is an Affiliate Professor of the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington, Seattle. In her past academic experiences, she served as Professor of Operational Culture