Center in the News

June 2023 – “New funding supports growth of Canadian Studies Program, Foreign Language and Area Studies,” by Lauren Kirschman, UW News

May 2022 – “Faculty/staff honors in STEM mentoring, applied mathematics and Inuit languages,” by Misty Shock Rule, UW News

January 2022 – “Investing in future generations by building cross-border relations,” by the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, The Jackson Report

September 2021 –  “Co-Designing Civic Education for the Circumpolar North,” by Technology and Social Change Group, Information School, University of Washington

July 2021 – “A new normal ‘post-pandemic’? UW National Resource Centers host teacher training on a global approach,” by the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies

June 2021 – “Bridging the World’s Longest Border: Canadian Studies on the West Coast,” International and Foreign Language Education newsletter, U.S. Department of Education, volume 7, issue 2, June 2021

January 2021 – “The UW through an Indigenous lens” by Nancy Joseph, Perspectives newsletter, UW College of Arts and Sciences

July 2020 – “Exploring Arctic Policy from an Inuit Perspective” by The University of the Arctic, Shared Voices magazine 2020

March 2020 – “Resiliency in action: Task Force 2020 zooms around the world” by Monique Thormann, The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies

January 2020 – “Canadian Studies Center featured for Inuktitut language training // Inuktitut Magazine” by The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies

November 2019 – “Seattle to play central role in Arctic security as old icebreakers finally replaced” reported by Graham Johnson, Kiro 7

February 2019 – “HARRASSOWITZ award to Siôn Romaine” By Julie Reese, Association for Library Collections & Technical Services

February 2019 – “U.S. Students Focused on Arctic Issues Learn Inuktitut Through Title VI FLAS Fellowships for Language Study,” By the Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education, International and Foreign Language Education E-Newsletter, Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2019.

January 2019 – “U.S. university teaches students Inuktitut through funding prompted by Sputnik launchby Sara Frizzell, CBC

July 2017 – “Policy and progress in the Arctic: Essays by students in the Jackson School’s International Policy Institute,” by Peter Kelly, UW Today 

December 2016 – “Irish Inuktitut teacher crossing borders with language lessons,” reported by Angela Hill, CBC News

August 2016 – “Push to start Columbia River negotiations,” reported by Glenn Farley, King 5 News

August 2016 – “38th “Study Canada” Summer Institute a success,” International and Foreign Language Education newsletter, US. Department of Education

September 2015 – “Obama’s Arctic visit highlights a fast-changing region,” Kuow.org

September 2015 – “Breaking the Ice on Arctic Policy: Enough Heel-Dragging,” Seattle Times

August 2015 – “The Jackson Report,” by The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies

August 2015 – “Foodland Security: Access to Inuit Country Food in an Urban Setting,” as told by Barry Pottle through contemporary Inuit art photography, Journal of Aboriginal Health

November 2014 – “Documentary Film Producer is This Year’s Canada Fulbright Visitng Chair in Arctic Studies,” by Jack Truitt, Jackson School Journal 

October 2014 – “Jason and Walter’s Excellent Arctic Adventure,” Perspectives 

October 2014 – “After Delays, Jackson School Awarded $16 Million for Education,” by Christiana Nguyen, The Daily

October 2014 – “More than $63.3 Million Awarded to Colleges and Universities to Strengthen Global Competitiveness through International Studies and World Language Training,” U.S. Department of Education

October 2014 – “The UW Jackson School’s Eight Reasons to Celebrate: Title VI Centers Receive U.S. Dept. of Education Funding for $16 million,” by Kristina Bowman, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies

October 2014 – “Jackson School director discusses goals of new International Policy Institute, by Peter Kelley, UW Today

July 2014 – “FLAS Recognition for Inuktitut Language Availability in International and Foreign Language Education Grant Program Presentation,” U.S. Department of Education

March 2014 – “‘Future of Ice’ Initiative Prepares Students for Leadership in the Arctic,” by Sara Stubbs, Office of Global Affairs 

March 2014 – “Arctic Studies and International Relations,” by Marwa Maziad, Almasry Alyoum Newspaper, Sunday January 12th 2014, http://www.almasryalyoum.com/news/details/374429.

March 2014 – “UW Launches Minor in Arctic Studies,” by Florangela Davila, KPLU 88.5.

January 2014 – “‘Future of Ice’ Initiative Marks New Era for UW Polar Research,” by Hannah Hickey, UW Today

January 2014 – Jan 2014 “Arctic 101:UW Degree to Prep Students for Melting World,” by Sandi Doughton, Seattle Times

October 2013“Letter From the Dean,”  Future Ice Initiative announcement, College of the Environment, University of Washington

October 2013“Nothing Minor About It,” Perspectives Newsletter, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Washington

May 2013 “Guest: Say no to a U.S.-Canada border-crossing fee,” by Donald Alper, The Seattle Times.

February 2013 – “Grantees in the News,” (Michael Hank), International and Foreign Language Education News Dec. 2012, U.S. Department of Education

May 2012 – “Canadian Studies Cut,” spoken by Patrick James, CBC Radio 

May 2012“Animation and video: Aislin at University of Washington,” The Province.

May 2012“New Digest,” (including coverage of public lecture, “Canada’s Arctic and Inuit in Editorial Cartooning”), News and Information, UW Today

Spring 2012 “Inuit Foodland Security Lecture,” Nunatsiavut Silatâni: Outside our Beautiful Land, Spring 2012, pg. 7

April 2012“How budget cuts could dull Washington’s international edge,” By Bill Stafford,Crosscut Seattle

January 2011 – “JSIS’s Eight Reasons to Celebrate,” A&S Perspectives, January 2011 Issue, University of Washington

November 2010 – “Washington Should Look Next Door for Trade, Not Just Overseas,” by Donald Alper, The Seattle Times

October 2010 – “Of tribes and whales: Charlotte Cote publishes ‘Spirits of Our Whaling Ancestors,” by Nancy Wick, University Week, Vol. 28, No. 4, University of Washington

October 2010 – “New grants keep UW at top of schools receiving Title VI funding,” by Catherine O’Donnell, University Week, Vol. 28, No. 2, University of Washington

April 2009 – “Founder of Canadian Studies at the UW dies,” by Catherine O’Donnell, University Week, Vol. 26, No. 21, University of Washington

March 2009 -“University of Washington Offers an Innovative New Course on Arctic Sovereignty,” Think Canada!, Vol. 28, No. 1, Association for Canadian Studies in the United States

February 2009 –“Faculty Welcomes University of Washington Students for Symposium on Arctic Sovereignty,” Civil Law Section News, University of Ottawa

February 2009 – ” Whose Arctic is it? Students investigate the question in Canada,” by Catherine O’Donnell, University Week, Vol. 26, No. 16, University of Washington

January 2009 – “Arctic Sovereignty: The International Dispute over Who Owns the Arctic,” by Nadine Fabbi, JSIS Student Services, Winter Bulletin, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, cover story

November 2008 – “UW Joins University of the Arctic,” by Nancy Joseph, Perspectives, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Washington, pg. 4

August 2008 – “Fellowships for Canadian study come to UW,” University Week, Vol. 25, No. 34, University of Washington

July 2008 – “UW Becomes a Member of University of the Arctic, by Catherine O’Donnell, University Week, Vol. 25, No. 33, University of Washington

July 2008 – “UArctic Welcomes World-Class Research Institution to Its Network,” Shared Voices, University of the Arctic, 1 July 2008

May 2008 – “Cold Rush: Arctic is new focus for fossil fuel resources,” by Sandra Hines, University Week, Vol.25, No. 27, University of Washington

October 2006 – “Canadian Studies headed for change, increasing relevance,” by Steven Goldsmith, University Week, Vol. 12, No. 3, University of Washington

June 2005 – “Dogfish down: Once plentiful fish now dwindling; June conference to address the issue,” by Sandra Hines, University Week, Vol. 22, No. 30, University of Washington

Fall 2005 – “A Chance to Study Inuktitut,” by Nancy Joseph, Perspectives, College or Arts and Sciences, University of Washington, not available on-line

Winter/Spring 2004 – “A First Course on First Nations Politics,” by Nancy Joseph, “What’s New,”Perspectives, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Washington

May 2003 – “Lecture addresses security in time of terrorism,” University Week, Vol.20, No. 26, University of Washington

October 2001 – “Course to consider impact of environmental problems,” by Steven Goldsmith, University Week, Vol. 19, No. 2, University of Washington.